Blog of the International Journal of Constitutional Law

Tag: Austrian Constitution

  • The Centennial of the Austrian Federal Constitution

    —Prof. Dr. Anna Gamper, Universität Innsbruck Amidst the Corona crisis, constitutional jubilees may be expected to pass rather undetected. A centennial, however–which the Austrian Federal Constitution celebrates today–is a noteworthy event even in troubled times. It demonstrates the endurance of a constitution that did not only survive authoritarian and totalitarian regimes, but has so far also withstood the recent pandemic and other crises.