On November 29 at 14:00 – 16:00 (Budapest) will be held a free conference “Parliament v. courts: who has the final word? – Conference on the jucticiability of parliamentary procedures”, organized by Ludovika University of Public Service, Faculty of Public Governance and International Studies (Budapest), via platform MS Teams.


Zsolt SZABÓ (Ludovika University of Public Service, Budapest): Jucticiability of parliamentary procedures – necessity of threat to rule of law?

Christoph KONRATH (Austrian Parliament): An impartial arbitrator? – The new relations between the Austrian Constitutional Court and the Parliament

Enrico ALBANESI (University of Genova): Judicial review of parliamentary proceedings in Italy: justiciability of ‘manifest’ violations of the Constitution only

Robert ZBIRAL (Masaryk University, Brno): Majority may have its way – unless it may not – review of parliamentary proceedings by Czech Constitutional Court

Moderator: Zsolt SZABÓ (Ludovika University of Public Service, Budapest)

Learn more here.