INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: COVID-19 and States of Emergency in the V4 countries
Date: 13 May 2022 (Friday), Bratislava (hybrid format)
9.30-12.30 - International Workshop (2)* : Constitutional risk management in the V4 countries
Zoltán Szente, Introduction
Gábor Mészáros, Constitutional requirements of special legal orders
Attila Horváth, Special legal orders in the European constitutions ‒ An Overview
Tomáš Gábriš, Constitutional regulation of emergency situations in Slovakia
Zdenĕk Kühn, Constitutional regulation of emergency situations in Czech Republic
Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz, Constitutional regulation of emergency situations in Hungary
Monika Florczak Wątor, Constitutional regulation of emergency situations in Poland Zoltán Szente, Comparing constitutional rules of emergency situations in Central Europe ‒ Preliminary remarks
Zoltán Szente, Closing remarks and next steps of the project
* The workshop is organised in the framework of the project on „Constitutional Crisis Management in the V4 Countries” (CSS Incubator Budapest). The first workshop of the project was held in Cracow, on 19 November 2021.
12.30-13.30 Lunch break
13.30-16.00 International Workshop** - Pandemic legislation and human rights restrictions in times of COVID-19
Monika Florczak-Wątor, Introduction
Max Steuer, Parliamentary debates on the constitutional regulation of emergency situations: The case of Slovakia
Kacper Koman, The standard of lawmaking in Poland during a pandemic. Suggestions for the future
Ziemowit Syta, Public aid during the COVID-19 pandemic and the principle of equality. The case of Poland
Michał Ziółkowski, Liability of the state for damages caused by a pandemic
Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz, Zoltan Szente, The restriction of political rights during Covid19. The case of Hungary
Jana Ondrejková, Restrictions imposed on the right to education in the Czech Republic due to COVID-19 pandemic
Monika Florczak-Wątor, The role of constitutional courts in times of COVID-19 crisis.
Monika Florczak-Wątor, Closing remarks
** The workshop is organised in the framework of the project on “Human rights protection in states of emergency. Theory and practice of the Visegrad Group countries” funded by the Polish National Science Centre, and supported by the VEGA project of the VEGA agency of the Slovak Republic, no. 2/0004/21.