European Constitutional Democracy in Peril - People, Principles, Institutions
The University of Exeter Law School and the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Social Sciences held the international conference “European Constitutional Democracy in Peril - People, Principles, Institutions” at ELTE Lágymányos Campus in Budapest on 23-24 June 2016.
The convenors: Catherine Dupré, Kriszta Kovács, Gábor Attila Tóth
The programme is available here
Conference papers can be downloaded below.
- Andrew Arato: The Promise and Logic of Federations, and The Problem of their Stability
- Maurice Adams and Michiel Bot: Constitutional Democratic Politics in an Age of Identity
- Valentina Bărbățeanu: The Constitutional Court Of Romania, Guarantor and Guardian Of the Participatory Democracy
- Christian Boulanger and Oliver W. Lembcke:Democratic Discipline? Techniques of Judicial Disempowerment in East Central Europe
- Pinelli Cesare: Populism and constitutional democracy
- Nóra Chronowski: Fully Binding EU Bill of Rights for the Member States – A Potential Tool in Constitutional Crisis Management
- Tímea Drinóczi: Does constitutional review really breach the principle of separation of powers?
- Schnutz Rudolf Dürr: Constitutional Courts – an endangered species?
- Gábor Halmai: How the EU can cope with populist regimes?: The cases for Hungary and Poland
- Panos Kapotas and Vassilis TZevelekos: Lessons from Strasbourg: ‘European Consensus’ and the Role of Judges in European Constitutional Democracy
- Agnes Kovacs: A Subservient Court or Just an Instance of Judicial Deference?
- Marina Lazareva: Is it bad to be a patriot in the conflict of international and national judicial agencies: is there a difference between the British, Hungarian and Russian variants?
- Alastair MacIver: Manifold British Exits: Defining the British Polity in Europe’s Plural Constitutional Order
- Jan-Werner Müller: Populist Constitutionalism: A Contradiction in Terms?
- Zoltán Pozsár-Szentmiklósy: Direct democracy in Hungary: from popular sovereignty to popular illusion
- Neliana Rodean: People beyond initiating European legislation: synopsis of ECI from Hungarian and United Kingdom perspectives
- Attila Szabó: Being in a new community: Possibilities for refugees to become actors of the political community in Hungary and the United Kingdom
- Maxim Tomoszek: Demos, accountability and the constitution
- Gábor Attila Tóth: European Constitutional Ideas and the Rise of Authoritarianism
- Carla M. Zoethout: Why the British make us think harder - Time for a reassessment of the ECtHR