• Flirtano GmbH ( Mahneifer trotz Urteil des AG Bremen (1 C 66/17)

    … Unser beim AG Bremen – 1 C 66/17 – erwirktes Urteil lässt die Flirtano GmbH offensichtlich kalt. Trotz rechtskräftig festgestellter Unwirksamkeit von Forderungen für wird der Mandant lustig weiter gemahnt. Als Belohnung gibt es eine Abmahnung wegen eines Eingriffs in das Allgemeine Persönlichkeitsrecht unseres Mandanten. Wer bei…

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  • From legal to political constitutionalism?

    …. The individualist focus of republican theory seems less important in prof. Morawski’s account, in which the collective is rather emphasized. Indeed, his understanding of Polish republicanism endorses values such as patriotism, solidarity, a strong state, and a prominent role of religion in public life, whereas there is no mention of the importance…

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  • A state of constitutional necessity versus standard legal reasoning

    … N.W. Barber and A. Vermeule, in their seminal paper, differentiate between three types of cases in which the exceptional role of courts can come to light. I will be interested only in the third type of cases, which has been defined by Barber and Vermeule as follows: ‘There are some cases in which the health of the constitutional order requires…

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  • A Critical Response

    … Let me begin by quoting Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg​ Address​, in which he stated that a “democratic​ government​ should be government of the people, by the people and for the people”.​ As you know the current government in Poland does not enjoy the support of the political and economic establishment or academic professors but it is supported…

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  • Self-defence of public institutions in the Polish constitutional crisis

    … Before I start my presentation, let me make a short statement. Professor Lech Morawski, who is also participating in this symposium, has been invited here as judge of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal. I would not like that my presence here be recognised as an acknowledgement of th legality of his appointment to this position. Professor…

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  • New Forces for the Greek State: Comments on Comments

    … We are grateful to all contributors for their insightful comments and constructive critique. Greece, like the cases of Hungary and Poland, make it clear that in the EU we need to discuss thoroughly not only our common European institutions, but also each other’s institutions. The pointed commentary published on Verfassungsblog over the last…

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  • Against Renationalization

    … of a legitimacy, which cannot arise only from Greek society and establishment. If it would be so, we would not need any action. But which legitimacy, now, we can resort to? I think that the answer could be found in an approach which would mark, at the same time, a step forwards in the European integration. In fact, some countries – not just Greece, indeed…

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  • All we need is Trust: Conditions are not a Means of Punishment

    … Let us go back to spring 2010. Pressure rose against the European institutions to send a rescue package to Greece, which had discovered shortly before to be unable to re-finance its debt in the markets. The German government (in a strange post-election turmoil) showed some resistance (rightly) based on Art. 125 (1) TFEU (Art. 136 (3) TFEU did…

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  • Institution-Building in Greece. On the Risk of “Double Loyalty”

    … civil servants as well as to strengthen the National School of Public Administration and Local Government. SUGGESTED CITATION De Lucia, Luca: Institution-Building in Greece. On the Risk of “Double Loyalty”, VerfBlog, 2017/3/10,, DOI: …

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