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Termination of international obligations and withdrawal from international organizations - with special focus on "Brexit"

(Department of International and European Law)

Decision of Britons for leaving of the European Union shows that integration is not irreversible. Launched withdrawal of a member state from an international organization guaranteeing rights to indvididuals on single market without internal borders raises numerous legal issues related to market integration and migration. Surrogate regime of integration will be negotiated. Impact on relations with the third countries will be also important due to role of the European Union in external trade. Increaced attention will thus be paid to termination of international treaties with notice or renegotiation of states as their contracting parties. Aspects of withdrawal from international organizations and even establishment of new countries shall be considered for similarity to steps of the United Kingdom due to competences of the European Union. Removal of supranational law from legal practice of leaving member state will be unique phenomenon. Withdrawal will last for years, transitional rules shall thus be important.

Scientific Guarantor:
doc. JUDr. Filip Křepelka, Ph.D.
Contact e-mail:
Slovak, Czech
Publication Output:
reviewed proceedings (e-book)