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Country-level Electoral coalitions in the Czech Republic
Snížek, Jan ; Stauber, Jakub (advisor) ; Brunclík, Miloš (referee)
The issue of coalitions is a traditional political science topic closely related to electoral systems, party systems and party theory. In the Czech and foreign literature, however, political scientists mostly deal only with coalitions that emerge after elections. That is why I have chosen for my diplo-m thesis the research of pre-election coalitions. In my thesis I conduct research on electoral coalitions that ran for the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic or the Czech National Council. I have chosen this topic also because in the last parliamentary elections in 2021 two electoral coalitions successfully ran for election and then formed a joint government. In this thesis, I deal with the Christian Democratic Union (KDU), ODS and KDS coalitions, the Left Bloc coalition, the Liberal Social Union, the Four Coalitions, SPOLU and the coalition of the Pirates and the Mayors. I have researched all these electoral coalitions and analysed their functioning, behaviour, ideological interconnectedness and post-election behaviour and action on the political scene. For this thesis I used academic literature, newspaper articles from the time of the coalitions' functioning, parliamentary press, proceedings in the Chamber of Deputies and Internet sources in the form of news about political events. I also...
Exceeding the powers of the President of the Czech Republic and its effects within the system of separation of powers
Vartazaryan, Gor ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Mlejnek, Josef (referee)
This thesis analyzes the exceeding of selected presidential powers regarding appointments in the Czech Republic. Included in the analysis were the presidential appointment powers set out in the Constitution, including the appointment of professors and rectors. All controversial cases of appointments from 1993 to 2023 involving Václav Havel, Václav Klaus and Miloš Zeman. The aim of this thesis was to determine whether presidents have exceeded their powers of appointment and in what situations they may have done so. Based on detailed research and analysis, key cases that led to overstepping of powers were identified. The results of this thesis provide insights into how presidential appointment powers are interpreted and how theoretical interpretation intersects with the practice of individual presidents. Keywords President, Czech republic, appointment powers, exceeding the powers of appointment, Václav Havel, Václav Klaus, Miloš Zeman.
Possible voting systems for presidential elections in the Czech Republic: Alternative vote, Borda count, supplementary vote
Požár, Rudolf ; Stauber, Jakub (advisor) ; Brunclík, Miloš (referee)
This master thesis examines the mechanics and effects of preference-based electoral systems: alternative vote, Borda count, and supplementary vote. It aims to determine which of these systems is able to select the most consensual candidate, and thus to choose a system that could replace the two- round system which is used as a rule for the Czech presidential elections. Author is trying to achieve the goal of the master thesis by modelling hypothetical Czech presidential elections, that was held in 2013, 2018 and 2023.
The role of the Speakers in the Parliaments: the British Parliament in comparative perspective
Krahulíková, Aneta ; Říchová, Blanka (advisor) ; Brunclík, Miloš (referee)
The thesis deals with the position of the Speaker of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It analyses the position of the Speakers of the parliaments in six selected cases, which are the devolved parliaments and the parliaments of Crown dependencies. The thesis aims to determine whether the position of the Speaker of the parliament in the devolved parliaments of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, and the parliaments of Crown dependencies, namely the Isle of Man, Jersey, and Guernsey, is derived from the British model. The first part of the thesis introduces the institution of the Speaker of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom and its significant position within the Westminster Parliament. The thesis then examines the position of the Speakers of the devolved parliaments of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, which were established as part of the devolution process in 1998. It then analyses the position of the Speakers in the parliaments of the Isle of Man, Jersey, and Guernsey, which have been Crown dependencies of the United Kingdom since 1801. The last part of the thesis compares the selected cases with the case of the United Kingdom, identifying the shared and different aspects of the position of the Speakers of the parliaments. The...
Exceeding the powers of the President of the Czech Republic and its effects within the system of separation of powers
Vartazaryan, Gor ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Mlejnek, Josef (referee)
This thesis analyzes the exceeding of selected presidential powers regarding appointments in the Czech Republic. Included in the analysis were the presidential appointment powers set out in the Constitution, including the appointment of professors and rectors. All controversial cases of appointments from 1993 to 2023 involving Václav Havel, Václav Klaus and Miloš Zeman. The aim of this thesis was to determine whether presidents have exceeded their powers of appointment and in what situations they may have done so. Based on detailed research and analysis, key cases that led to overstepping of powers were identified. The results of this thesis provide insights into how presidential appointment powers are interpreted and how theoretical interpretation intersects with the practice of individual presidents. Keywords President, Czech republic, appointment powers, exceeding the powers of appointment, Václav Havel, Václav Klaus, Miloš Zeman.
Presidential Candidates 2023: Social Networks Vs. official debates
Brhelová, Tereza ; Perottino, Michel (advisor) ; Brunclík, Miloš (referee)
The following thesis focuses on the phenomenon of social media in the context of political campaigns. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the growing trend of using social networks for political communication and marketing purposes. A large part of the thesis is devoted to the direct presidential election, which is considered a relatively new phenomenon in the Czech environment, not yet so anchored in the political context. The practical part of the thesis is built with the help of quantitative content analysis, thanks to which it was possible to analyse a large amount of data from social networks and TV debates. This data is central to the resulting answers to the research questions and hypotheses, which concern the comparison of the selected candidates' communication on social networks in the debates. Thus, the aim of this thesis is to provide an analysis that can be used to compare how the communication of the selected political actors on social networks differs from their communication in the official TV debates.

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