published on September 25, 2019
Konrad Lachmayer held a lecture on “The Authority of the Austrian Constitutional Court” at the Conference “Judicial Ideology under Empirical Scrutiny”.
Venue: Faculty of Government and European Studies, New University, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Date: 16 September 2019
published on August 7, 2019
At the 2019 Annual ICON·S Conference on “Public Law in Times of Change?” in Santiago (Chile) Konrad Lachmayer led the panel #47 on “Methodological pluralism in comparative constitutional research” and held a lecture on “A knowledge-based approach towards constitutional comparison”.
Venue: Pontifical Catholic University of Chile in Santiago, Chile
Date: 1.-3. July 2019
published on June 7, 2019
Prof. Lachmayer and Prof. Roux, University of New South Wales (AUS), organized a pre-workshop for their panel #47 on “Methodological pluralism in comparative constitutional research” at the 2019 ICON•S Annual Conference on “Public Law in Times of Change?” on July 1-3, 2019 in Santiago de Chile.
Date: June 3, 2019
Venue: Sigmund Freud University Vienna, Freudplatz 1, 1020 Vienna
published on June 6, 2019
Konrad Lachmayer wrote an article about “The Constitution of Austria in International Constitutional Networks: Pluralism, Dialogues and Diversity”. It was published in Anneli Albi/Samo Bardutzky, “National Constitutions in European and Global Governance: Democracy, Rights, the Rule of Law”, T.M.C. ASSER PRESS in cooperation with Springer (2019).
“The report shows that the Austrian constitutional framework is composed of a range of domestic and international instruments. The core constitutional act from 1920 is detailed, as are amendments regarding EU and international law. …”
published on June 3, 2019
Konrad Lachmayer and Lukas Wieser wrote a post on http://verfassungsblog.de/ about “Entering into New Constitutional Territory in Austria”.
See the full analysis below.
10 days after the “Ibiza Video” scandal a vote of no confidence in the Austrian Parliament removed the Austrian government from office. While international media focused – in light of the exceptional circumstances – primarily on the “Ibiza Video” scandal, the constitutional dynamics were mostly neglected. It is therefore necessary to explain the events of the last days as well as to analyse the constitutional dynamics of the situation in Austria.