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Liberal democracy and its enemies
Slanina, Daniel ; Kysela, Jan (advisor) ; Agha, Petr (referee)
Nowadays liberal democracy is faced with a crisis bought mainly by the liberal-democratic elites with their approach and the politics they established during the period of boundless triumphalism in the 1990s. Sand castles, whether it was the inevitability of progress or capitalism as a miraculous elixir to all the ills of society at the time, built during this period, began to crumble like a house of cards. Associated with the financial crisis that erupted in the United States in 2007 it spread practically all over the world. The period of the global financial crisis has shown that the creation of a legal framework, building of a conscious civil society and the system of values on which the society is built and identifies with them, or the construction of a liberal-democratic identity fell behind economic transformation and economic growth after 1989 and the people's relationship to liberal democracy was built primarily on economic aspects. This created space for those who for many years hid rather in the shadows, on the edge of the spectrum of political power. A fraction of the liberal-democratic elites, with their approach and politics of a kind of arrogance of power and the style of labeling their opponents, have turned against them even those who a priori did not have a negative attitude...
Constitutional changes in Hungary after 2010 in the light of illiberal concept of democracy
Slanina, Daniel ; Štefek, Martin (advisor) ; Hesová, Zora (referee)
The subject of this work is in description of the development and analysis of the logic of the Hungarian regime after 2010, as well as the changes that occurred after the victory of Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz party in parliamentary election. In this work, there fundamental research questions will be examined for this purpose, i. e. (1) What constitutional changes have occurred in Hungary and what are their consequences (?), (2) How did the electoral system change and what was the logic and impact of this change (?) and at the same time (3) What character and why is the current regime in Hungary (?). Keywords: Hungary; Illiberal Democracy; Constitution
Institutional Changes of the CPC's Central Commitee Organs in the Period of 1951 to 1953
Slanina, Daniel ; Štefek, Martin (advisor) ; Drahokoupil, Štěpán (referee)
The objective of this work is to introduce institutional changes of the organs of the Central Committee of the Czechoslovak Communist party in the years from 1951 to 1953 and to do that with the help of secondary literature related to this topic and studying documents from the archive. The work will begin with a short historical contextualization and a part regarding the Central Committee of the Czechoslovak Communist party will follow subsequently. After this input the attention will be concentrated on the institutional changes of the organs of the Central Committee which will be described in the context of domestic events and events that occurred in the Eastern bloc. Powered by TCPDF (

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