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Title Rule of law, common values and illiberal constitutionalism : Poland and Hungary within the European Union / edited by Tímea Drinóczi and Agnieszka Bień-Kacała
Imprint Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Illiberal Constitutionalism and the European Rule of Law / Tímea Drinóczi, Agnieszka Bień-Kacała -- The European values and the Rule of Law / Andrzej Madeja -- Where the laws do not govern, there is no constitution' : on the relationship between the Rule of Law and Constitutionalism / Wojciech Włoch -- The Rule of Law, Democracy and Human Rights in Hungary : tendencies from 1989 until 2019 / András Jakab and Eszter Bodná -- The Rule of Law : the Hungarian Perspective / Tímea Drinóczi -- The Rule of Law : the Polish perspective / Iwona Wróblewska -- Rule of Law in Hungary. What can law and politics do? / Lóránt Csink -- Safeguarding the European Union's core values : the EU Rule of Law Mission in Poland / Sylwia Majkowska-Szulc -- Are the EU member states still masters of the treaties? The European Rule of Law Concept as a means of limiting national authorities / Agnieszka Grzelak -- Illiberal legality / Tímea Drinóczi and Agnieszka Bień-Kacała
"The book begins from the general presumption that the Rule of Law, since its emergence, has been a universal European value, a political ideal and legal conception. It also acknowledges that the EU has been struggling in the area of value enforcement, even if the necessary mechanisms are available and, given an innovative outlook and more political commitment, could be successfully used. The authors appreciate the different approaches toward the Rule of Law, both as a concept and as a measurable indicator, and while addressing the core question of the volume, widely rely on them. Ultimately, the book provides a snapshot of how the Rule of Law ideal has been dismantled and offers a theory of the Rule of Law in illiberal constitutionalism. It discusses why voters keep illiberal populist leaders in power when they are undeniably acting contrary to the Rule of Law ideal"-- Provided by publisher
Link Online version: Rule of law, common values and illiberal constitutionalism. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020 9781003052852 (DLC) 2020014345
Subject Rule of law -- Poland
Rule of law -- Hungary
Law -- Poland -- European influences
Law -- Poland -- European influences
Internatinal and municipal law -- Poland
International and municipal law -- Hungary
Populism -- Poland
Populism -- Hungary
European Union -- Poland
European Union -- Hungary
Alt Author Drinóczi, Tímea, editor
Bień-Kacała, Agnieszka, editor
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