Law Field Trip: The Parliament of Czech Republic

We meet:

Date - 27th of July, Friday

Time - 9:30 am - 13 pm

Place - Malostranská ( in front of the subway station - A green line)

Bear in mind to wear a semi-formal clothing for this day.

About:

The Parliament of Czech Republic is the legislative body of the country, seated at Mala Strana, Praha 1. It contains two chambers:

Lower House - Chamber of Deputies

Upper House - Senate

Both members of the houses are elected by direct elections.

The Czech Republic is a parliamentary state. The parliament has legislative powers to modify the constitution, holds and passes bills; If necessary to declare war, approve the presence of foreign military forces on the territory of the Czech Republic or dispatch Czech military forces abroad.

Organisation:

Our visit will take the time of the regular lecture. You will have a lecture on Whistleblowing by Libor Michálek. Students will not travel outside of the city of Prague. You will be granted special access. 

 

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