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Dělba moci a nezávislost justice

Title in English Separation of Powers and Independence of Judiciary

HAPLA Martin

Year of publication 2017
Type Monograph
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

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Description The main topic of the thesis is the separation of powers and its relation to the judicial independence. In the first chapters the author asks questions if we can specify a content of the separation of powers from which some concrete institutional applications would be determinated; if it is not only a vague term which is an object of a pragmatic argumentation. The author focuses on its historical development, purpose and aspects of legitimization. He makes conclusion that the separation of powers is hardly understandable principle and its specific application is an output of contingencies of social development. This proposition is confronted with the idea of the judicial independence. The author examines its concept, relations to the separation of powers and consequences, which can be derivated from revealing its uncertainty.

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