The issue of reformatory decision-making by an administrative court in the matter of international protection in the light of a question referred for a preliminary ruling by the Slovak Supreme Court
The aim of this article is to discuss the principle of cassation decision-making as one of the foundations of administrative judiciary in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia. This work describes the historical grounds of this arrangement. It focuses on the cassation principle in the light of an actual request for a preliminary ruling of the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic in a matter of international protection.
The article also describes the possible consequences of the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union in these preliminary proceedings for administrative judiciary in the three mentioned countries and also expresses the author’s opinion in the scope of scientific discussion.