The publication of photographs of police at work in the press without the pixelation of the policemen’s faces is in line with the Fundamental Law.
The Settlement Act, which describes the consequences of the application of the unfair clauses amending bank FX loan agreements unilaterally, is in harmony with the Fundamental Law.
The provision on the size of personal living space in prison cells where more detainees are accommodated together, conflicts with international treaties and is unconstitutional.
The lawmaker is allowed to create an election system whereby the voters directly elect one candidate for two positions if based on appropriate reasons. However, provisions that give extra compensation to losing candidates on the basis of a special quota related to the size of the population of each district is contrary to the equality of the right to vote.
The Criminal Code provision that imposes the stricter conviction on three-time offenders found guilty of violent crimes against persons at different times is not in line with the rule of legal certainty and the Fundamental Law.
Internet content providers are responsible for abusive comments by third parties posted on their websites, regardless of whether they moderated the comments, or actively removed the harmful content on request.
The provisions of the Act on the Elections of Parliament Members concerning the winner compensation do not violate the constitutional requirements of the equality of the right to vote.
Certain amendments to the legislation on national security which allowed continuous national security control and covert information-gathering for thirty days twice a year on somebody under national security control exceeded the extent of the necessary and proportional restrictions of the right to respect for private life in such circumstances and were unconstitutional.
A legal regulation may, in exceptional cases, where there have been significant and unanticipated changes to the circumstances that surrounded the conclusion of the contracts amend the content of contracts that had been concluded before it came into force.
The provision of the new Civil Code which allows wider criticism of public figures only if it is justified by «acknowledgeable public interest» violates the freedom of speech and press.