Spain’s constitutional court: Power beyond legal practice

By |september 29th, 2017|Catalonia independence, Catalonia referendum, constitutional court, News, Spain|

Ahead of Sunday's (1 October) independence referendum, Professor Dr Josep-Maria Terricabras writes that the Constitutional Court of Spain is no longer what the Spanish constitution had enacted.

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Thousands protest ‘coup against constitution’ in Poland

By |julij 17th, 2017|Andrzej Duda, constitutional court, democratic deficit, eurosceptics, independence of judiciary, Jaroslav Kaczynski, News, PiS, Poland, protests, Rule of Law Mechanism, Zbigniew Ziobro|

Thousands of Poles protested on Sunday (16 July) against the government’s attempts to secure full control over the judiciary. EURACTIV Poland's editor-in-chief reports from Warsaw.

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Poland’s ruling PiS passes law on judges, opposition sounds alarm

By |julij 13th, 2017|Andrzej Duda, constitutional court, Democracy, News, PiS, Poland|

Lawmakers from Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party on Wednesday (12 July) pushed through a bill to give parliament a greater say in appointing judges, a move that the opposition and rights groups said violated the constitutional separation of p...

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