Judicial Dialogue or National Monologue? – The International Law and Hungarian Courts

Forthcoming: ELTE Law Journal (2013) Volume 1, No. 1

19 Pages Posted: 29 Sep 2013

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Nora Chronowski

National University of Public Service

Erzsébet Csatlós

Faculty of Law and Political Sciences; Department of Administrative Law

Date Written: September 20, 2013

Abstract

The focus of this study is the application of the international law by Hungarian Constitutional Court and ordinary courts. The purpose of the paper is to reveal whether there is any judicial dialogue or just a national monologue in this field. To achieve this aim, after an overview of the constitutional and legal framework, the application of the international treaties, international customary law and other sources of international law is analysed, as well as the interpretation of the domestic law in the light of international obligations will be investigated with special regard to the ‘judicial dialogue’.

Keywords: international law, Hungarian courts, constitutional framework, case law

JEL Classification: K10

Suggested Citation

Chronowski, Nora and Csatlós, Erzsébet, Judicial Dialogue or National Monologue? – The International Law and Hungarian Courts (September 20, 2013). Forthcoming: ELTE Law Journal (2013) Volume 1, No. 1 , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2332172 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2332172

Nora Chronowski (Contact Author)

National University of Public Service ( email )

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Budapest, Budapest 1115
Hungary

Erzsébet Csatlós

Faculty of Law and Political Sciences; Department of Administrative Law ( email )

P.O. Box 652
Szeged, H-6701
Hungary

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