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Constitutional Law / Droit constitutionnel 2010 Slovakia / Slovaquie

Language
English
Pages
11
2010 / Vol. 22, No. 3, (77)
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Constitutional Law / Droit constitutionnel

Slovakia / Slovaquie

Erik Láštic

Department of Political Science, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

This chronicle covers legal, political and policy aspects of the 2009 ruling of the Constitutional Court of Slovakia in which the court addressed the existence of the Special Court. The Special Court was established in 2004 to hear high-profiled cases involving organized crime and high-level corruption. The chronicle offers details of the Special Court establishment and subsequent attempts of the Minister of Justice Harabin to abolish the court on the basis of the executive interference and salary scheme that made the Special Court justices the highest-paid officials in Slovakia. In its final part, the chronicle covers the ruling of the Constitutional Court in which the majority ruled that the establishment of the Special Court was unconstitutional.

 

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