Academic roundtable in collaboration with the Jean Monnet Module “Legal Approximation Laboratory”.
On 14 July 2022, in collaboration with the Jean Monnet Module “Legal Approximation Laboratory”, Brusov State University, an academic roundtable with internationally recognized scholars of Law and Political Science on was organized.
The aim of the roundtable was to discuss the most recent developments in theory and practice of the Rule of Law implementation in the EU and Eastern Partnership and to build a dialogue between the National Assembly and the academic community.
Dr. Anna Khvorostiankina, Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module “Legal Approximation Laboratory” introduced the concept of the Rule of Law and presented its history and role in the context of EU-Armenia relations.
Vassilis Hatzopoulos, Professor at the Pantheon University of Athens, spoke about the supremacy of law in the EU, and the fundamental values of the European legal system.
Professor Kopalyan from the University of Nevada, USA underlined the importance of judicial reforms and transitional justice in Armenia.
Professor Antonia Baraggia from the University of Milan addressed the crisis of Rule of Law, presenting the examples of Poland and Hungary, while Dr. Mihai-Razvan Corman presented the supremacy of law in relations between associations and candidates, using the experience of Moldova as an example.