Speeches and publications

09.08.2018.

Latvia: The State of Liberal Democracy

The I·CONnect-Clough Center 2017 Global Review of Constitutional Law Report of Latvia – page 172 Alla Spale, Head of Legal Department, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia; Laila Jurcēna, Adviser to the President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia, and coordinated by Ineta Ziemele, Professor of Public International Law and Human […]

24.05.2018.

Constitutional Courts as Lock-Gates in the Globalised World

Ineta Ziemele Professor, Ph.D. (Cantab.), President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia Paper presented at the international conference “The Role of the Constitutional Courts in the Globalised World of the 21st Century” organised by the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia in the framework of Latvia’s centenary in Riga on 24-25 May. […]

02.10.2017.

The Significance of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in the Case-Law of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia

Prof. Ph.D. Ineta Ziemele President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia Paper presented at the bilateral  meeting of the Constitutional Courts of Latvia and Slovenia Ljubljana, 2 October 2017 Dear President ot the Counstitutional court, judges and colleagues, Latvia’s legal system is an open legal system, since provisions of international law that […]

02.10.2017.

The Scope of Constitutional Review of Tax Law Provisions

Dr.iur. Jānis Neimanis Justice of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia Paper presented at the bilateral  meeting of the Constitutional Courts of Latvia and Slovenia Ljubljana, 2 October 2017 The Scope of Constitutional Review of Tax Law Provisions Dear President ot the Counstitutional court, judges and colleagues, The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia […]

01.11.2016.

Standard of healthcare: what obligations in human rights law?

Ineta Ziemele PhD (Cantab.) Professor of international law at the Riga Graduate School of Law Judge of the Constitutional Court of Latvia Innsbruck, 26 September 2016 Introduction Let me at the outset delimit the scope of my speech. There are several layers of legal regulation on human rights in Europe that may influence the concept […]