On May 31 at 06:00 p.m. at the Ukrainian Institute for the Future will be held an expert discussion on the topic “The Constitutional Court is unlocked: what is next?”
Denys Monastyrskyi, expert of the Ukrainian Institute for the Future
Vasyl Lemak, Judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, Doctor of Law, Professor,
Oleksandr Vodyannikov, OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine, National Legal Advisor
Vitaliy Zaporozhets, Head of Preliminary Review of Constitutional Complaints of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine
Yurii Frytskyi, Head of the Department of Constitutional Law and Theoretical and Legal Disciplines in Open International University of Human Development “Ukraine”, Doctor of Law, Professor
Michal Jablonski, Vice President of the Laboratory of Law in the University of Warsaw, Partner at Dentons Warsaw legal firm, PhD, Lawyer
Tetyana Yushchenko, expert at the Ukrainian Institute for the Future, attorney.
Topics for discussion:
In 2018 the work of the Constitutional Court was unlocked. There were appointed new judges, new chief, and approved a new Rule of the Court.
As of May, there are more than 50 constitutional submissions in the court’s proceedings, the solution of which has significant public interest.
During the event, participants will discuss:
1. What decisions of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine may cause public resonance?
2. Will the constitutional complaint settle down in Ukraine?
3. Update of the Rule of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, what has changed?
Entrance to the event is free by prior registration in the form.
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