Frankfurt am Main ; New York : PL Academic Research, 
217 pages ; 22 cm.
Central and Eastern European Forum for Legal, Political and Social Theory yearbook ; v. 4.
Formatted Contents Note
Constitutional courts and their power of interpretation / André Brodocz What is politicisation of constitutional courts? towards a decision-oriented concept / Michael Hein and Stefan Ewert Separation of powers reconsidered : a proposal for a new theoretical model at the beginning of the 21st century / Martin Belov Access to constitutional justice in the new Hungarian constitutional framework : Life after the Actio Popularis? / Katalin Kelemen 'War of Courts' as a clash of legal cultures : rethinking the conflict between the Polish constitutional tribunal and the Supreme Court over 'interpretive judgments' / Rafal Mańko Paul Ricoeur's thought as the basis for a political theory of the European Union / Marcin Pieniazek Vertical division of powers from the perspective of the member states police power in the context of European Union constitutionalism? / Balázs Fekete 'Solange, chapter 5?' The law of the European Union and the sovereignty in rulings of the constitutional courts in Central Europe / Mariusz Jerzy Golecki The balancing role of national parliaments in transforming the European Union. Towards a parliamentary polity? / Karolina Ristova-Asterud The common good and individual rights / Szilárd Tattay Towards a 'soft' concept of the state neutrality principle / Wojciech Ciszewski Another brick in the wall? A libertarian outlook on constitutional rights, individual obligations, and the boundaries of legal consistency / Axelle Reiter Ethnic representation in national legislatures normative foundations and challenges / Konstantin Sachariew.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.