ICL

Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law

Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2

ICL 2014/2



ArticlesICL 2014/2, Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2, S. 131–185
human rights regime, behavioural analysis, rule of law, governance, Confucianism, authoritarianism, liberal democracy, ICL 2014, 131
Abstract:

The Chinese politico-legal system, including the human rights component thereof, has...

NotesICL 2014/2, Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2, S. 186–200
separation of powers, judicial activism, US Supreme Court, European Court of Justice, ICL 2014, 186
Abstract:

Institutions such as the US Supreme Court and the European Court of Justice in due time...

NotesICL 2014/2, Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2, S. 201–211
ECtHR case-law, binding effect, well-established ECtHR jurisprudence, CFR, EU accession to ECHR, margin of appreciation, ICL 2014, 201
Abstract:

According to the prevailing opinion, ECtHR judgments do not bind the members of the...

Development AustriaICL 2014/2, Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2, S. 212–217
G 93/2013, ICL 2014, 212

The Austrian Execution of Sentences Act provides electronically...

Development AustriaICL 2014/2, Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2, S. 218–223
SV 1/2013, ICL 2014, 218

The Constitutional Court states that it does not have any...

Developments AustriaICL 2014/2, Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2, S. 224–234
G 16/2013, G 44/2014, ICL 2014, 224

In a recent decision, the Austrian Constitutional Court held that...

Developments CEEICL 2014/2, Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2, S. 235–242
Decision 36/2013, ICL 2014, 235

The present decision puts an end to the Hungarian system of transfer of...

Developments CEEICL 2014/2, Jahrgang 2014, Heft 2, S. 243–247
No 1/4/535, ICL 2014, 243

The Georgian Code of Administrative Offences imposed a more severe...