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Presidential election in Austria and Czech Republic in comparison
HOREHLEĎOVÁ, Kateřina
The presented bachelor thesis focuses on the various ways of the legitimation of president's power in two selected Central European countries - Czech Republic and Republic of Austria. The fundamental attributes of the democratic elections and characteristics of the particular electoral systems on a general scale will be described. Special attention will be paid to political systems of the two selected countries and to the history of the presidency as an institution. The last presidential elections in the both countries will be used as the practical addition to the thesis' theoretical framework. The particular candidates, election campaign and the main themes of the election will be introduced. The both approaches will be compared in the last chapter.
The analysis of the media representation of the French president election 2017 in dailies MF Dnes and Právo
Vaníček, Bohumil ; Šafařík, Petr (advisor) ; Bauer, Paul (referee)
The French President election is always a highly watched event worldwide. The French president is one of the most influential European politics, stability of France is reflected in other parts of the European continent. President election is always very important topic for a media, which is analyzed from all possible sides. The presidential campaign in France was characterized by a strong words from the candidates and the election results was expected event worldwide. Marine Le Pen, chairwoman of the National Front, stepped to the final round of the president election. The contrast of her personality and later winner Emanuel Macron has added a special charge to the presidential campaign. I discussed in this bachelor thesis how two Czech media MF Dnes and Právo informed about French president election. I analyzed id and tries to find answer, if media informed about this event objectively and what priority did they give to this event. I also discussed a possible question, if the dailies did not bother one of the candidates in their articles. Both selected media have a different spectrum of readers in the Czech Republic. One is politically oriented to the right and the other to the left. I will discuss the main question of this thesis by a method of a quantitative content analysis. The main target of...
Presidential systems
Křtěnová, Monika ; Kysela, Jan (advisor) ; Ondřejková, Jana (referee)
The subject of this thesis is the presidential system as one of the distinguished alternatives of existing political systems in the present democratic society. This thesis is divided into three parts. The primary aim of the first part is to produce a brief overview of individual political systems and to outline their mutual differences through the description of their characteristics. The second part describes a specific political system in this world - namely the United States of America which became the source of inspiration for all subsequently established systems of this type. This part focusing on the United States is then divided into three separate chapters where each of them provides a view of particular branches of the government which form a constitutional system of the state together. These chapters offer not only the characteristics of these particular government branches and their central government bodies, but they also explain their mutual relationship and the control mechanism and particularly their relation to the President who is the key character of the entire presidential system, also his office and his powers. The main source of information, from which this part of the thesis proceeds, is the United States Constitution itself which is, as the supreme law of the state, the...
The Impact of the Financial Crisis to Lithuanian Politics and Presidential Election in 2009
Myslbek, Mikuláš ; Mlejnek, Josef (advisor) ; Říchová, Blanka (referee)
MYSLBEK, Mikuláš ABSTRACT This dissertation deals with the Financial crisis and presidential election in Lithuania in 2009. The main goal of this dissertation is to find out, if Ms. Dalia Grybauskaitė was elected as a president due to the Financial crisis. The author is also trying to find whether the Financial crisis somehow affected the Lithuanian politics. This text deals with the historical context, political system of Lithuania, performance of Lithuanian economy, and the presidential election with the Financial crisis, which are analyzed together.
Political communication and politainment in the presidential election of 2013 in the Czech Republic
Všetíčková, Denisa ; Kunštát, Daniel (advisor) ; Váňa, Tomáš (referee)
The presented Thesis "Political Communication and Politainment in the Presidential Election in the Czech Republic in 2013" analyses political communication in the historically first presidential election campaign in the Czech Republic. I saw the presidential election as an opportunity to research a new platform of political communication that politainment is. The primary aim of the Thesis is to introduce this concept in the context of the current nature of political communication and at the same time to identify variables defining this phenomenon in the Czech environment. Analysis of the elements of politainment is performed on campaigns of the two most successful candidates aspiring for the office of the President of the Czech Republic - Miloš Zeman and Karel Schwarzenberg. I focused primarily on the television appearance of both candidates in TV debates broadcasted by Czech Television, which were the climax of the entire presidential campaign. I was interested in the content of communication of both candidates and the overall character of the debates. The Thesis answers the following questions: What is political communication and its role in politics? How does its form change over time? Does personalisation of election campaigns result in the emergence of politainment as a phenomenon of political...
The Czech presidential election law and its comparison with presidential election amendments of European Union countries
Šutka, Pavel ; Antoš, Marek (advisor) ; Pavlíček, Václav (referee)
The dissertation investigates a constitutional amendment to the 2012 legislation of the presidential election. The amendment introduced an election of the president through a popular vote, which was a historical milestone for the Czech legal system. However, the new adjustment was adopted in haste and evinces many deficiencies; that was proven in the 2013 presidential election. Therefore, the aim of the dissertation is to describe problematical parts of the new legal adjustment and find some possible solutions. The main topics are as follows: 1) modification of the basic concepts of the election system, 2) candidate nomination process, 3) election campaign funding and 4) ethical aspects of the election campaign. A comparison of legal adjustments of 14 EU countries with the direct presidential election (the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Croatia, Ireland, Cyprus, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Austria, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia) was done, in order to find appropriate solutions. Apart from the results of comparison, the dissertation is based on reports by GRECO, OSCE and the corresponding Czech judicature. In conclusion, the Czech adjustment of the presidential election meets every democratic principle, but, at the same time, contains many mistakes. Especially the queries of "election campaign...
The Czech presidential election law and its comparison with presidential election amendments of European Union countries
Šutka, Pavel ; Pavlíček, Václav (referee) ; Janstová, Kateřina (referee)
The dissertation investigates a constitutional amendment to the 2012 legislation of the presidential election. The amendment introduced an election of the president through a popular vote, which was a historical milestone for the Czech legal system. However, the new adjustment was adopted in haste and evinces many deficiencies; that was proven in the 2013 presidential election. Therefore, the aim of the dissertation is to describe problematical parts of the new legal adjustment and find some possible solutions. The main topics are as follows: 1) modification of the basic concepts of the election system, 2) candidate nomination process, 3) election campaign funding and 4) ethical aspects of the election campaign. A comparison of legal adjustments of 14 EU countries with the direct presidential election (the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Croatia, Ireland, Cyprus, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Austria, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia) was done, in order to find appropriate solutions. Apart from the results of comparison, the dissertation is based on reports by GRECO, OSCE and the corresponding Czech judicature. In conclusion, the Czech adjustment of the presidential election meets every democratic principle, but, at the same time, contains many mistakes. Especially the queries of "election campaign...
Direct election of the president of the Czech Republic and the United States
JURGOVÁ, Iva
The bachelor thesis deals with the direct election of the president in the Czech Republic and the United States. Subject of the thesis is the comparison of electoral systems for the presidential election and the comparison of competences resulting from these elections. The first part of the thesis includes a description of the electoral systems, position of the president in the various political systems and the subsequent description of political systems. In the second part of thesis, attention is paid to the comparison of the method of electing the president and his competencies. The aim of the bachelor thesis is to compare the constitutional institutions - presidents in the Czech Republic and the United States.
Election of Presidents and their competences: Case study of changes of presidential elections in Czech Republic
Woloszczuková, Kristýna ; Vymětal, Petr (advisor) ; Kuta, Martin (referee)
The theme of this bachelor thesis is focused on the current changes in presidential electoral system in the Czech Republic. The paper is divided into three main parts. The first chapter deals with the theoretical definitions of the topic, election of the President and his powers in different political systems, the next chapter focuses on presidential elections and the extent of his powers currently (2012) in the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. Subsequently, the paper focuses on the changes of presidential election system in CZ, to direct elections, and its impact on the President's powers. In this chapter there are new conditions of candidacy and also the impact of this, so long discussed changes to the electoral system of the president, on his position in the political system of our country.

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