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Parliamentary immunity: Czech legal regulation in force in the European context
Částková, Eva ; Syllová, Jindřiška (referee) ; Suchánek, Radovan (referee)
This rigorous thesis is dedicated to the topic of the parliamentary immunity focusing on both of its parts - i. e. irresponsibility and inviolability. Parliamentary immunity is comprehended as purely functional instrument designated for the protection of the parliament as a whole and not only of its individual members. The thesis is especially devoted to the analysis of the legal regulation of the parliamentary immunity in force laid down in the article 27 of the Constitution of the Czech Republic taking in account relevant opinions of the Czech legal law researchers and appropriate judicial decisions. It also points out the relevant parts of the legal regulation of parliamentary immunity in foreign countries for comparison as well as the practice of the European Court of Human Rights. In order to take in account all aspects of this topic, the author adverts to the historical evolution and tries to outline possible solutions of some questions connected with parliamentary immunity. Special part of the thesis focuses on the parliamentary immunity in the European Parliament. In the conclusion the author considers that parliamentary immunity has still its importance, especially the irresponsibility and consequently takes a think on de lege ferenda legal regulation.
Constitutional courts and preliminary references to the CJEU
Pivoda, Marek ; Syllová, Jindřiška (referee)
The thesis aims to analyse the use of preliminary reference procedure according to Article 267 of the TFEU by the constitutional courts. It firstly focuses on the potential ways in which constitutional courts may interact with EU law in general. It also describes the preliminary reference procedure in the context of the theory of constitutional pluralism. Finally, based on the analysis of 43 preliminary references posted by constitutional courts between the years of 1952 and 2019, it identifies various types of preliminary questions as well as numerous factors which might impact the decision of a particular constitutional court to refer the request or not. Last but not least, the thesis focuses on the subsequent stages of the procedure: the reactions of the CJEU and final rulings of the constitutional courts.
Constitutional courts and preliminary references to the CJEU
Pivoda, Marek ; Syllová, Jindřiška (referee)
The thesis aims to analyse the use of preliminary reference procedure according to Article 267 of the TFEU by the constitutional courts. It firstly focuses on the potential ways in which constitutional courts may interact with EU law in general. It also describes the preliminary reference procedure in the context of the theory of constitutional pluralism. Finally, based on the analysis of 43 preliminary references posted by constitutional courts between the years of 1952 and 2019, it identifies various types of preliminary questions as well as numerous factors which might impact the decision of a particular constitutional court to refer the request or not. Last but not least, the thesis focuses on the subsequent stages of the procedure: the reactions of the CJEU and final rulings of the constitutional courts.
Does the Parliament Respect the Constitutional Court?
Staněk, Michal ; Syllová, Jindřiška (referee)
The key concern of the thesis is whether the Parliament has been respecting the Constitutional court. In order to answer this question, the theoretical part resolves the very existence of the Parliament's obligation to follow the Court and its decisions. The empirical part provides two points of view on the subject. First, the role of the Court and its decisions in parliamentary debates is being discussed. Second point analyses the reactions of the parliamentaries in response to Court's findings abolishing a law or its part during the VII. election period of the Chamber of Deputies.
Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic about: Study 1.161
Syllova, Jindriska
Obecnost právní normy je nezbytnou vlastností každého právního předpisu. Pokud není v právním předpisu zachována, upravuje tento předpis jedinečný případ. Vzhledem k tomu, že předpis upravuje jedinečný případ jinak, než je tomu u ostatních případů, dochází tímto způsobem k diskriminačnímu postupu. Kromě toho v případě, že má jedinečný případ rozhodovat správní orgán nebo soud, a tento případ je místo toho upraven zákonem, není dodržena zásada dělby moci. Práce vybírá relevantní judikaturu Ústavního soudu ČR ve věci obecnosti zákona.
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Petitions Procedure, Citizens Complaints Procedure in Parliaments France, Germany, Poland, Austria and Slovakia: study 1.144
Syllová, Jindřiška
Úprava vyřizování parlamentních petic a stížností ve vybraných státech a popis vyřizovací praxe.
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Formation of the Constitution of the Czech Republic
Svoboda, Veronika ; Kysela, Jan (advisor) ; Filip, Jan (referee) ; Syllová, Jindřiška (referee)
Formation of the Constitution of the Czech Republic Abstract The thesis deals with the issue of formation of the Constitution of the Czech Republic. This process has not been sufficiently described yet, as the sources are limited and fragmented. Therefore, the aim of this work is to map the whole process of the formation of the Constitution following the interviews with important personalities of that time. The intention is to provide readers with an insight into this issue and to deal with some partial questions arising in connection with this process. One such issue is, for example, the question of the legality and legitimacy of the formation of the Constitution which raises the debate even with a considerable lag from its adoption, as well as some constitutional institutes which were discussed extensively during the process of formation of the Constitution and which were often results of compromises of the subjects involved in the process. It is precisely a compromise solution of a number of sub-questions that is typical for the formation of the Constitution, as well as the randomness and specificity that lined its formation. These include, for example, the entities involved in the process of the formation of the Constitution which included not only two official commissions but also some notable...
Role of the Parliamentary Party Groups in the Constitutional system of the Czech Republic
Červinka, Lukáš Lev ; Syllová, Jindřiška (advisor) ; Kudrna, Jan (referee)
- 145 - Abstract Role of the Parliamentary Party Groups in the Constitutional system of the Czech Republic The ultimate goal of my work was to fill in the blank spaces on the map of the Constitutional system of the Czech Republic by thorough examination and detailed description of the role and the status of the parliamentary party groups (PPGs) in it. However, this thesis is not just a general introduction, but a complex study of the actors of such importance and influence that it keeps one wondering, why they had remained out of a scope of the mainstream scientific research in our country for so long. After the necessary theoretical introduction to the subject of the parliamentary party groups within the field of the legal and political sciences, I examined the existence of the PPGs within the Chamber of Deputies, their relationships, interdependence and interconnections with the political parties and finally their inner functioning in close detail. It was necessary to deal with a number of serious issues and answer several important questions during my research, most notably: the question of the nature of the parliamentary party groups, i.e. whether they are bodies of the Chamber of Deputies, bodies of the political parties or whether they even possess their own legal personality. It was necessary to deal...
The Constitution of the People's Republic of China de iure and de facto
Hlavan, Tomáš ; Kindlová, Miluše (advisor) ; Syllová, Jindřiška (referee)
Résumé - anglický jazyk Název diplomové práce v anglickém jazyce: The Constitution of the People's Republic of China de iure and de facto This thesis deals with the issue of the Constitution of the People's Republic of China de iure and de facto. As presumed, the Chinese Constitution de iure does not meet all the requirements for effective constitution of the modern state and that between the Constitution of the PRC de iure and de facto exists a discrepancy relationship, the thesis aims to individually identify and analyze common constitutional and political elements which collectively create a real form of the Chinese Constitution de facto ("living" Constitution), upon which constitutional mechanisms of Chinese political life are based on. The work consists of three chapters, whereupon the work can be divided into two parts. The first part is the theoretical part, where the first chapter deals with defining the term of Constitution itself, whether from a purely normative point of view, as well as from other approaches, especially those from sociological and political science, which are crucial to properly understand the content of the Constitution de facto. Afterwards there is the categorization of various concepts of the Constitution, followed by the classification of different types of the Constiution....
"New Development in Institution of Legal Immunity".
Břečková, Kateřina ; Syllová, Jindřiška (advisor) ; Kudrna, Jan (referee)
This thesis is focused on legal institute of immunity in Czech system of law. It deals especially with the legislative development in institute of immunity and contemporary legislation, but it is focused on judicial practice as well. The aim of this thesis is to present some controversial issues, which appears within the application of immunity and to analyse the judicial practice of the Czech courts. This thesis is composed of introduction, four chapters and conclusion. The first chapter is theoretical and tries to define the institute of immunity according to the legal theory. This chapter introduces the origin of the institute of immunity and its differentiation at the same time. The essential part of this thesis is the second chapter, which concerns with the parliamentary immunity, and is divided into five subchapters. The subchapter 2.1. deals with the legislative development of the parliamentary immunity and presents all the bills. The aim of these bills was to regulate, particularly to narrow the parliamentary immunity. In the subchapter 2.2. is analysed new concept of indemnity, specifically concept of recourse, vote, body of the Assembly of Deputies or Senate and speech, with regard to judicial practice of the Czech courts. The subchapter 2.3. provides the transgressional immunity of...

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