Category: Rule of Law

The amendment to Article 40 of the Constitution regarding term li...

By Charilaos Velaris “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” …

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The Phenomenon of Arnisidikia in the Precedent of Dias United: A...

By Andreas Hadjigeorgiou Arnisidikia (αρνησιδικία) is an interesting Greek concept, w …

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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the operation of the Cypri...

By Dr. Demetra Loizou, Lecturer in International law and Legal Skills, School of Law, …

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The Islands of Cyprus and Great Britain in times of COVID-19 pand...

By Prof. Stéphanie Laulhé Shaelou, Professor of European Law and Reform and Head, Sch …

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At the edges of the Rule of Law: International obligations in tim...

Nadia Kornioti, PhD Candidate, UCLan Cyprus The emergency measures taken by many gove …

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First published at and reproduced with the kind permission of the...

Once the first case of COVID-19 was reported on 9 March 2020, the Republic of Cyprus …

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What was the reason for the tension in relations between the Vati...

By Angelina Alyabyeva – 1st year Law student The purpose of this work is to …

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Second place of the Law School Blog Article Competition: “J...

Jurisprudence is often described as the general reflections upon law and justice. The …

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Rule of Law in Cyprus : The First Public Lecture taking place in ...

On the 1st of December 2016, the Law School launched a new public lecture series …

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