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

European Constitutional Law Review, Vol. 6, pp. 28-58, 2010

Posted: 7 Apr 2011

Date Written: April 4, 2011

Abstract

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.

Keywords: Romania, Romanian Constitutional Court, European Court of Human Rights, European Commission, European Union, Lustration, Judicial Reform, Judicial Independence, European Constitutionalism, European Integration

Suggested Citation

Iancu, Bogdan, Post-Accession Constitutionalism with a Human Face: Judicial Reform and Lustration in Romania (April 4, 2011). European Constitutional Law Review, Vol. 6, pp. 28-58, 2010 , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1802887

Bogdan Iancu (Contact Author)

University of Bucharest ( email )

Bd. M. Kogălniceanu 36-46, Sector 5
Bucharest, Bucuresti 05010
Romania

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