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Tradice tzv. národnostního statutu a ústavní zákon č. 144/1968 Sb. o postavení národností

Tradition of so-called minority status and Constitutional Act no. 144/1968 Sb., on the position of national minorities.

Autor:

René Petráš,Ústav právních dějin, Právnická fakulta, Univerzita Karlova v Praze, petras@prf.cuni.cz

ISSN: 1335-3608

Abstract

Legal regulation of the position of minorities has had a long and complex tradition in the Czech lands. In 1938, a so-called minority status was under preparation; it represented a systematic legal regulation of the position of ethnic and language minorities. After World War II, the rights of minorities were generally refused and no regulation in this respect existed. The political relief of 1968 brought in a new situation. A special commission was established to work on the federalization of the state and on the regulation of the rights of minorities. Both constitutional acts were passed on 27th October 1968, symbolically meeting the 50th anniversary of the Republic.

Keywords

History of Czechoslovakia. Rights of minorities. The sixties of the 20th century. State system. Constitutional law.

Bibliographic information

PETRÁŠ, René. Tradition of so-called minority status and Constitutional Act no. 144/1968 Sb., on the position of national minorities. Individual and Society, 2013, Vol. 16, No. 4.

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