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2019 | 1 | 113-121
Article title

Constitutional Design, Rule of Law and Mutual Recognition in the Czech Republic

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The article analyses the potential EU dimension of the impunity of the President of the Czech Republic and the President’s constitutional competencies concerning criminal law. Based on recent development of constitutional practice in the Czech Republic and new trends in EU law, the article formulates potential confl ict scenarios between Czech constitutional rules and the EU principles of non bis in idem and the rule of law.
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1
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113-121
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  • Charles University, Prague
References
  • Antoš M., Pravomoci prezidenta republiky po zavedení přímé volby (Competencies of the President of the Republic after Direct Presidential Elections), “Acta Universitatis Carolinae Iurudica,“ no. 4/2011, pp. 27–42.
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  • Šlosarčík I., Constitutional Development in the Czech Republic in 2013–2017: Direct Presidential Elections and Their Constitutional Consequences, “European Public Law”, no. 1/2018, pp. 43–53.
  • Ústava České republiky. Komentář (Constitution of the Czech Republic. Commentary), eds. L. Balýlová, J. Filip, P. Molek, Praha 2010
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