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elections by the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic: Beginning of a New Concept of “Protection of Constitutionality” ’ ( 2010 ) 4 Jurisprudence 43 – 70 . Kudrna , Jan

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. Živělová , Alexandra , Collective Redress in the Area of EU Competition Law in the Czech Republic (Central European University 2016 ).

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Europe (HEDOCE) project ( Vossensteyn et al., 2015 ), which the author was involved in, and develop further insight about how study success can be improved at the national level through a comparative analysis of the Czech Republic and England. This is

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published as open data . The Czech Republic . Prague : Sbírka zákonù ČR (in Czech). Jančič , Maja Bogataj et al. , ‘ Policy Recommendation as to

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Literature Blokker , Paul , New Democracies in Crisis? A Comparative Constitutional Study of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Romania

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, Different Paths: The Transformation of Educational Systems in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland. Compare , Vol. 47. No. 1. pp. 118–132. 10

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Authors: Ágoston Horváth, Ágnes Makó and Krisztián Széll

–50. 23 Straková, J. (2015) Strong Vocational Education – A Safe Way to the Labour Market? A Case Study of the Czech Republic. Educational Research, Vol. 57. No. 2. pp. 168

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opportunities of the Roma population in eight different countries in this region: Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. The book presents a collection of essays describing the social situation of the Roma minority

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This paper focuses on the electoral issues relating to modern international migration. The main topics of paper are the political electoral integration of immigrants in the Central European countries and also the opportunities for voting abroad. Voting from abroad is very important possibility for the citizens living abroad and for other expatriots. The Czech, Slovak and Polish political experience in this field is relatively long, but for Hungary it is new problem which has only existed for a couple of years. At present, all Central European countries allow their citizens living abroad to vote in parliamentary elections in some form or another, while some of them also permit voting in direct presidential elections. There are two models regarding to the political integration of immigrants: The more liberal model, which is typical for Hungary and Slovakia and more restrictive Czech and Polish model. Hungary and Slovakia permit the electoral participation on the local and regional level not only for the EU citizens living there, but for the third countries nationals too. The Czech Republic and Poland have opened their local electoral level only for the EU citizens.

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Free access to information is considered to be one of the most important fundamental political rights of citizens. Free access to information has a long history originating in Sweden in the 18th century and has since then been incrementally constitutionalised in most of the democratic countries. It is worth studying the fact that legislation regulating this question in European Union legal systems, and in the Czech Republic as well, started much later — fifteen years ago at the beginning of the millennium. Even though the age of both the acts — EU (the Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council (EC) No. 1049/2001 of 30 May 2001 regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents) and Czech (the Act (CZ) on Free Access to Information No. 106/1999) is the same, the legislation itself differs significantly and they both have legal shortcomings. The analysis of the EU legislation granting free access to information of the EU institutions from the Czech perspective brings interesting and inspiring ideas for reforms — especially of the EU legislation.

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