Emergency powers in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic and other global crisis

date: 25 October 2022

location: University of Miskolc Faculty of Law

presenters: Nóra Béres, György Marinkás, Matteo Gnes, Petar Bačić, Marko Ivkosic, Sibilla Buletsa, Slobodan Orlović, Ivan Milić, Katarzyna Zombory, János Szinek, Dávid Hojnyák és Hajnalka Szinek Csütörtöki, Szabolcs Till, Attila Horváth

moderators: -

themes: Dead Letter or Essential Gear in the Machinery of European Democracies during Public Emergency? Assessment of the ECtHR’s Case-Law on Article 15 of the ECHR; Dealing with the COVID 19 Pandemic on the EU level: Introducing the “Web of Competencies” Theory; Covid-19 response in Italy; The Croatian “Emergency Constitution” on Test; Economic Aspects of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Croatia; Emergency Powers In The Application Of AI In The Fight Against Covid-19 and New Challenge for Human Rights; Serbian Legal Disharmony During the COVID‑19 Pandemic Part 1; Serbian Legal Disharmony During the COVID‑19 Pandemic Part 2; Regulation of the State of Emergency under the 1997 Polish Constitution vs the COVID-19 pandemic; The multi-level regulation of the traditional and the exceptional emergency powers in Slovakia; Dimensions of emergency powers in the Czech Republic; Special legal order versus emergencies, a Hungarian perspective; Summary: Pondering about emergency powers during COVID-19... more themes

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It is our honor to invite you to the conference titled „Emergency Powers in the Light of the COVID-19 pandemic”, which will take place on 25 October at the University of Miskolc Faculty of Law.

Please, indicate your intention to participate by filling in the registration form below no later then 19th October 2022. 
https://lnkd.in/duEzCiqi

The global crisis triggered by COVID-19 shed light on the exceptional situations in which governments may need to be empowered to take actions that they would not normally be permitted, in order to maintain or restore the integrity of the state and public safety and protect their citizens. Emergency powers are often regarded as a neglected field of constitutional law since most European countries rarely have to face crises or threats that cannot be managed under normal operating conditions.

The basic goal of the conference twofold: On the one hand, the lecturers offer an in-depth analysis and comparison of the systems of emergency powers of nine Central and Eastern European countries, paying special attention to the states of exception declared in the previous decades; on the other hand, the presentations are devoted to discussing the constitutional law aspects of the responses for COVID-19 crisis, highlighting the relevant legal and political debates, dilemmas and viewpoints surrounding the pandemic.

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