Accountability is a problem in every democracy, and particularly in countries currently building a democratic system and market economy. The chapter analyses the policy between parliament and government in connection with the problem of responsibility and accountability in the Czech Republic. Special attention is paid to the institutions that are accountable to the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Parliament in the area of the economy. Not only the institutional arrangement, but also the political practice and real interaction between the government and the parliament and its evaluation by deputies are examined.
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The Politics between Parliament and Government - the Institutional Framework and the Reality within the Czech Parliament
Mansfeldová, Zdenka. 2004. „The Politics between Parliament and Government - the Institutional Framework and the Reality within the Czech Parliament.“ Pp. 28-47 in Mansfeldová, Zdenka, David M. Olson, Petra Rakušanová (eds.). Central European Parliaments: First Decade of Democratic Experience and Future Prospective. Praha: Sociologický ústav AV ČR. 242 s. ISBN 80-7330-067-2.
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Mansfeldová, Zdenka, David M. Olson, Petra Rakušanová (eds.)