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- La vida familiar en la jurisprudencia del Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos: Una interpretación constructiva by: J.M. Bosch Editor, 2015
- Mujer y guerra en los balcanes. Kosovo: entre los derechos perdidos y la identidad pendiente by: Dykinson, 2013
- El Tribunal de Justicia de Luxemburgo como garante de los Derechos Fundamentales by: Dykinson, 2013
- Parallele e convergenti. L’Unione europea tra costituzione e potenza civile by: Cacucci Editore, 2013
- El constitucionalismo como discurso político by: Dykinson, 2012
- Juventud europea. Valores y actitudes ante las Instituciones Democráticas by: Dykinson, 2012
- L'Europa e i diritti dei bambini by: Cacucci Editore, 2010
- 1957–2007. 50 años de derechos humanos y Europa by: J.M. Bosch Editor, 2009
- El Tratado de Lisboa. Análisis y perspectivas by: Dykinson, 2008
- Europa busca modelo by: Dykinson, 2007
- Modelos europeos de justicia contencioso-administrativa by: Dykinson, 2007
- EU annual report on human rights 2006 European Union Publications Office, 2006
- Constitutive modelling for complex loading in metal forming processes European Union Publications Office, 2006
- Constitución europea y Derecho penal económico by: Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces, 2006
- Los derechos humanos, la democracia y el estado de derecho en la acción exterior de la Unión Europea by: Dykinson, 2006
- Luces y sombras del Tratado Constitucional Europeo by: Dykinson, 2006
- Nature and biodiversity cases. Ruling of the European Court of Justice European Union Publications Office, 2006
- Remedies and sanctions in EC non-discrimination law by: European Union Publications Office, 2006
- Study on the enforcement of State aid law at national level by: European Union Publications Office, 2006
- Guidelines on Human Rights by: European Union Publications Office, 2005
- Enseñar la idea de Europa by: Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces, 2004
- Modernización de las normas de aplicación de los artículos 81 y 82 del Tratado CE by: European Union Publications Office, 2004
- Unión Europea y derechos fundamentales en perspectiva constitucional by: Dykinson, 2003
- What can the European Ombudsman do for you? European Union Publications Office, 2002
The civil service - recruitment procedures, reforms and challenges of the states in transition - The case of Kosovo
No functional and democratic state can function without a proper professional administration and a professional and efficient civil service, through which it will always serve the citizens of the country. The civil service is the entire body of administrative staffemployed in central and local administration institutions provided by this law 1, which implements the policies and ensures the...
Execution of final court decisions as part of a fair trial
Execution/enforcement of the final court decisions is now a procedural element which has been long dealt with as an integral part of the right to a fair trial. This right has been expressly embodied in the Constitution of the Republic of Albania as a fundamental right of the individual. This point of view grants to this right not only an important role on the protection of human rights but...
Enforcement of court decisions which are the exclusive competence of the courts in the Republic of Kosovo
Enforcement procedure is the final part and possibly the most sensible part of the civil procedure. With the new legal changes, apart from the court as a competent institution and authority, it is also the private enforcement agent, a body which in its work will have full legal public authority. However, with the new Law on Enforcement Procedure of The Republic of Kosovo (LEPRK), for certain...
Paternal responsibility in the Albanian judicial practice
The purpose of this paper is to identify and analyze the problems that arise during the exercise of parental responsibility, seen in an interpretation of the legal norms that regulate this institute and local case law. The paper aims to be mainly practical based on the legal practice of the Court of the Tirana Judicial District during the periods 2016-2019. In addition to parental responsibility,
Supremacy and direct effect of EC law - Position of the constitutional court
Although it was originally established with the aim of cooperation and economic integration of its Member States, The European Union (EU) got a universal nature, becoming a real supranational organization whose legal acts, adopted by its institutions are directly applicable by Member States and when a conflict arises between the internal law of a Member State and the European Community (EC) law,...
Analysis of Union Citizenship under Article 18 TFEU based on ECJ Decisions
Non discrimination and Union Citizenship is regulated in Art. 18-25 of TFEU. The legal status of residence in a Member State through employment has improved, but contains certain reservations, 1 which were regulated by the 2004 Directive/38 about General Freedom of Movement. According to it, every EU citizen who has a valid travel document with him enjoys the right of residence for himself and...
The principle of independence in Administrative Justice Overview on Administrative Courts of European Union's countries
The judicial independence is a touchstone of all democracies. It is considered a basic principle on the organization and functioning of the judicial system. On the other hand, the existence of administrative justice is a fundamental requirement of a society based on the rule of law. It signifies a commitment to the principle that the government, and its administration, must act within the scope...
Constitutional Principles in the Functioning of the Parliament in the Republic of Kosovo
The function of parliamentary control is one of the cornerstones of democracy. Parliamentary scrutiny makes the executive responsible for its actions and ensuring the effective implementation of its policies. The executive control of parliament is an indicator of good governance. In addition to the legislative function, through the control, parliament guarantees the balance of powers and affirms...
The multiform eternal enemy of democracy: despotism
Since the early antiquity individuals and people have gained the consciousness of their value and strength against tyranny. People have an instinctive, violent, unrestricted hatred towards the tyrant. Every revolution demolishes one tyranny, and it crushes the structure of its supporters, “soldiers”. Main objective of this manuscript is the analysis of despotism in a comparative philosophical...
Statement of Claim under Kosovo Legislation
“Statement of Claim” represents a topic of special importance for civil proceedings law in the Republic of Kosovo, especially now that this institution is regulated by the provisions of the Law on Contested Procedure (LCP). In this regard, the role of the court (both in the contested and the execution procedure) is emphasized in the implementation of this institution during the procedure of...
The certification and decertification process of elections, with special emphasis in the Republic of Kosovo
The right of all adult citizens to participate in the issues of their country’s governance is one of the cornerstones of democracy. Election participation is defined by internal legal acts such as constitution, laws, electoral codes, and through international legal acts. This right has been limited throughout history, by completely banning certain categories of citizens to participate in...
Factors that in?uence the realization of the constitutional - legal protection
The constitutional justice system represents the main actor of the establishment and the harmonious functioning of true democracy, because it implies the spirit of the constitution, where the rules of democracy, rule of law and the protection of the rights and freedoms of the citizens are envisaged, is respected and implemented in real life. The constitutional justice, in fact, represents the key
Reforming of the prosecution system in the new state of Kosovo
The justice system, like all other institutions in Kosovo, suffered major damage during the communist system phase and further during the war in years 1998-1999, damage that has been reflected up to nowadays. Immediately aft er the war, UMNIK created an ‘emergency’ judiciary consisting of local judicial and prosecutorial bodies, but with a system inherited from the past. In order to comply with...
Exploring the Interplay Between the Right to a Fair Trial and Other Constitutional Rights in South African Criminal Proceedings
The right to a fair trial is dependent on language power in courtrooms. In the same breadth, the protection of other constitutional rights is premised on the right to a fair trial. Unfortunately, a non-English-speaking accused person cannot use his or her language because English is the language of court record; hence it is possible to produce a trial which is unfair to the accused person....
The right to appeal under the constitution of Albania and court jurisdiction
The right to appeal is both a fundamental human right and a procedural tool, whereby parties exercise examination of the lawfulness of court rulings, etc. The constitution of the Republic of Albania, 1 approved in 1998, expressly provides for and guarantees the right to file an appeal. Unlike other rights, this fundamental right was not restricted, being in accordance with Article 17 of the...
The constitutional institution of the President of the Republic of Albania and his legitimacy in the Constitution Court of Albania
The President of the Republic is the highest institutional figure, which represents the state in a parliamentary republic and corresponding to the level of head of state. The Constitution of the Republic of Albania provides that the President of the Republic is the Head of State and represents the people. Given the importance of the role of president, in this article will aim to treat his...
The dimension of constitutional protection and the guarantee of citizen rights and freedoms-A comparative view of the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo with the Constitutions of neighbouring countries: Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and Greece
In different historic periods of time and in various political regimes, people felt free and enjoyed their rights in different ways, but very little was said about individual freedoms, as it was said more about collective freedoms. The term freedom is an antique, historic term. The corpus of human rights and fundamental freedoms has been studied since the ancient times, including middle ages...
Historical context of the Albanian Constitutional Court
The Albanian legal tradition is based mostly on the traditional and customary laws. The Ottoman Empire ruled Albania for nearly five centuries and applied some of its translation of Sharia law together with its own rules and procedures. However, the Albanian population, especially in the north was governed by its own customary laws that were included in the Kanun of Lek Dukagjini. For a long...
General comparative overview of constitutional acts of the Republic of Kosovo over the years
The declaration of Kosovo Independence and afterwards the adoption of the Constitution were preceded by a multiyear process of persistent political endeavours in order to affirm the right of the Kosovo people for self-determination. Drafting of the constitution was one of the important and long-term tasks in building the state; it is a will of the past generations, for the creation of a new...
Judicial police, functions and its development in Albania
This article aims at a consistent search of the opinions about the judicial police as one of the subjects, contained in the Albanian criminal procedural law. In article 30 of the Albanian Criminal Procedure Code, are sanctioned the functions, division, addiction and judicial police duties. In the initial phase, the preliminary investigations are the basis of criminal proceedings. This phase...
The functioning of the judiciary in the Republic of Macedonia
Issues related to the judiciary and their relations with the legislative and executive power have always been most touched and conveyed problems for solution on a constitutional level. Historically, the third governmental power, being left for a long period the most vulnerable aspect of it, has experienced the interference and infringement to its independence from the two other powers. In...
Judicial review of administrative normative act. Limits of courts control on political decision making
Legal democracies have been facing with the evolution of a system of administrative activity judicial review. Meanwhile the evolving of the Judicial Control over the Public Administration in different countries of civil law systems has produced even in Albania the possibility of a specific judiciary control over the Public Administration in an extended way. The new Albanian Law on Administrative...
- La ampliación de los derechos contenidos en el derecho al respeto de la vida familiar
- Consejo editorial
- La delimitación de los titulares en el derecho al respeto de la vida familiar
- Los mecanismos de control
- La ejecución del control
- La formación de la vida familiar