Post-Communist Restitution and the Rule of Law
Eastern European societies underwent large-scale deprivations of property by the authoritarian regimes, beginning after World War II, largely ending with the last waves of the kolkhoz movement in the early 1960s. Kuti examines property reparations that took place after 1989, from the perspective of constitutional justice, the rule of law, but also from the point of view of identity politics.
About the Author
Csongor Kuti (Central European University, LLM in Human Rights, 2003), Doctor of Law, 2007, also obtained his SJD in comparative constitutional law at CEU. Returning to Romania, he works as part time legal counsel at Janovics Jenő Foundation.
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