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Post-Accession Constitutionalism With a Human Face: Judicial Reform and Lustration in Romania

  • Bogdan Iancu

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Process of EU-driven constitutionalisation – Decision of Romanian Constitutional Court post-EU accession – Nullification of the Lustration Law to pre-accession judiciary reform processes – Lustration elsewhere considered a matter of collective guilt of confrontation with the past – Lustration in Romania related to legislative attempts to reform the judiciary

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* Lecturer in Public Law, University of Bucharest; currently, Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow, Humboldt University of Berlin, (bogdan.iancu@rewi.hu-berlin.de). Prior versions have been presented at the conferences ‘The Role of Law in Periods of System Transformation,’ Bucharest, New Europe College, May 2008; and ‘Transitional Justice and the Rule of Law: Institutional Design and the Changing Normative Structure of Post-Authoritarian Societies,’ Royal Academy for Science and the Arts, Brussels, June 2009. I thank the colleagues for comments and suggestions and an anonymous reviewer for useful feedback on the draft. The usual disclaimer applies.

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Post-Accession Constitutionalism With a Human Face: Judicial Reform and Lustration in Romania

  • Bogdan Iancu

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