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Focusing on two complaints submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Committee, by former property owners in the Czech Republic, this article reviews measures of reparatory justice that have been introduced in Central and Eastern Europe since 1990. The article argues that, in rejecting claims...
The reluctance of the UK judiciary to query executive declarations of emergency is well established. The ‘inherently political’ nature of this type of decision-making has long been thought by public lawyers to be beyond the ambit of legitimate judicial oversight. In the first part of this...
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