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Quality and Function of Explanatory Reports in the Czech Legislative Process
Hrubý, Dominik ; Wintr, Jan (advisor) ; Tryzna, Jan (referee)
According binding legislation, explanatory reports attached to legislatorybills is integral part of legislative process in the Czech republic for a long time, dramatically exceeding duration of autonomic Czech state. However, law sciences aren't interested in them a lot, equally to whole legislative process. Unfortunately, most of legislative actors do the same. At first, this thesis briefly discribes legislation related to explanatory reports. It considers both efficient legislation and valid legislation with efficiency planed from 1st January 2000, but also legislation in Legislative government guideline, which is binding only for legistatory bill submitted by government. Coming out from assumption, that writing explanatory report isn't the purpose by itself, the thesis define several functions, whitch explanatory reports should fulfill. Only in comparison with to these fuctions, we could say how explanatory report should like and eventually how it definitely souldn't. Base on these defined functions, the most common lacks of explanatory notes, which makes fullfiling the function more difficult or even impossible. These lacks is presented at real documents (bills) from legislative process - passed bills, rejected bills and also bill going through the various parts of legislative process right now...
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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Role of the parliamentary party groups in the constitutional system of the Czech Republic
Červinka, Lukáš Lev ; Antoš, Marek (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...
Origins and development of the Parliament of England up to the end of 15th century
Vovchuk, Oleksandr ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Seltenreich, Radim (referee)
Origins and development of the Parliament of England up to the end of 15th century Abstract This thesis is dedicated to the formation of the English parliament from the enactment of the Magna Carta to the onset of Tudor dynasty reign. It consists of an introduction, conclusion and 13 chapters; chapter 5 has also subchapters. The first chapter describes the origins of parliament's formation and its connection to the Witan and Great Council. The second chapter is dedicated to the period of John's reign, which lead to the rebellion of barons and following that, the enactment of the Magna Carta. Afterwards, it examines provisions of the Magna Carta and its significance for English society and the development of parliament at the time. It also refers to the growing importance of the Magna Carta over the course of following centuries. The third chapter is concerned with the period of Henry's reign when the key importance was the revolt of barons under the leadership of Simon de Montfort. Simon de Montfort in order to secure his position of power summoned a parliament which consisted of, among others, representatives of towns and boroughs as well as knights of shires. Fourth chapter addresses development of parliament during the rule of Edward I which in this regard followed footsteps of Simon de Monfort and...
Impacts of Brexit on the British constitution
Nosálková, Pavlína ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Říchová, Blanka (referee)
The main goal of this diploma thesis is to analyse the impacts of Brexit on British constitution. Brexit represents the process of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland exiting the European Union. This very complex process has and will have significant impacts on the British constitutional system. Great Britain is very unique, because it does not dispose of codified constitution, therefore the examination of the impacts of Brexit on British constitution is a very interesting subject. The main objective of this diploma thesis is to bring an analysis of evident impacts of Brexit on the British constitution and to present the readers possible impacts, that might occur in the future.
Comparative analysis of Czech and French constitutional regulation of the legislative power and analysis of relevant legal terminology
KUTHANOVÁ, Kateřina
The thesis entitled Comparative analysis of Czech and French constitutional regulation of the legislative power and analysis of relevant legal terminology examines different constitutional regulation of the legislative power in the Czech Republic and the French Republic. The thesis is divided into a practical and a theoretical part. The theoretical part describes the regulation of the legislative power firstly in the Czech Republic and then in the French Republic. In the practical part, the author first performs a comparative analysis of Czech and French constitutional regulation of the legislative power, she evaluates the degree of its similarity and difference, then she deals with the analysis of chosen French legal terms and she creates a French-Czech glossary. A French résumé is enclosed with the thesis. The primary aim of this thesis is to confirm or disprove a hypothesis that the French Parliament has a weaker position in the current constitutional regulation than the Czech one. The secondary aim of this thesis is to analyse the relevant legal terminology.
What Senate? Position of Senate in the Constitutional System of the Czech Republic
Holásek, Jan ; Hřebejk, Jiří (advisor) ; Kudrna, Jan (referee)
Author: Jan Holásek Summary/Abstract Title of the Thesis: What Senate? - Position of Senate in the Constitutional System of the Czech Republic The thesis "What Senate? - Position of Senate in the Constitutional System of the Czech Republic" (hereinafter also the "Thesis") discusses the legal position and functioning of the Senate of the Czech Republic. The objective of the Thesis is to highlight the basic principles of the concept of bicameral legislative bodies; mention the history of bicameral structures in the modern history of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic; describe the main principles of functioning of the second/high chambers in constitutional systems which could be inspirative for the Czech Senate; describe the principles of establishment, functioning and competencies of the current Senate of the Czech Republic, including the proposals for amendments of the Senate constitutional position made in the past. Furthermore, to consider the ways in which it would be possible to strengthen the position of the Senate in constitutional and political systems of the Czech Republic; suggest specific amendments to the Senate competencies aiming to ensure its position in order for the Senate to be repsected not only by the political representatives, but also professional representatives as well as the...
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...

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