Monthly Overview – August 2015

BelConLawBlog publishes a selected reading list of (I) new scholarship on Belgian constitutional law in journals and books, (II) decisions of the Belgian Constitutional Court in which a violation of the Constitution has been found, (III) upcoming conferences, and (IV) calls for papers. In order to submit relevant developments for our monthly overview, please contact us.

This overview was composed by Ruth Delbaere (Research Assistant, Ghent University).

I. Scholarship

A. Journals

– Tijdschrift voor Bestuurswetenschappen en Publiekrecht, 2015, nr. 6

  1. H. BORTELS, “Het gezamenlijk decreet – een bijkomend instrument van het coöperatief federalisme of een verdere stap richting het confederalisme?”, 311
    “The mutual decree – an additional instrument of cooperative federalism or a step further in the direction of confederalism?”

B. Books

  1. WEERTS, S., La langue de l'Etat – Proposition d’un modèle de pluralisme linguistique à partir de l’étude comparée des droits belge et suisse, Brussel, Bruylant, 2015, 864 p.
    The language of the State – Proposition of a pluralistic linguistic model from the comparative study of Belgian and Swiss law

II. Decisions of the Belgian Constitutional Court (violation of the Constitution)

III. Conferences

  1. Colloquium 200 jaar Grondwet van 1815
    Colloquium 200 years Constitution of 1815
  1. Colloquium: "Representatieve democratie: op weg naar het eind van een model? Diagnose en remediëring"
    Colloquium: “Representative democracy: on the way to the end of a model? Diagnosis and remedy”
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