In evidence of his claims that lustration
was being carried out selectively, he showed from the dais a document ordering that a certain person be followed, signed by four inspectors, only one of whom, however, was lustrated.
The different types of religious heritage affect lustration
through democratic practices as well as through the degree of complicity with the former regime.
In the vast social scientific literature on lustration
in Eastern Europe, it is hard to find studies which address these fundamental questions using such a sophisticated combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Apart from these, the second wave of lustration
has remained unexplored to the present day.
It is quite unclear how many such files he has and whether they will all be presented to the Lustration
The relationship between lustration
and occupation becomes apparent if one interprets the meaning of Article 43 of the 1907 Hague Convention in the contemporary context:
Under the Czech lustration
law, former Communist officials and collaborators with the secret police were banned from:
It is difficult to imagine what forces in Czechoslovakia might insure that the disregard for civil liberties that fostered the Lustration
Law will be satisfied by its actual provisions.
According to Kostovski, Dauti cannot be a member of the ad hoc body for what he has done as member of the lustration
He also noted that a number of databases of documents required for the inspection in accordance with the law on lustration
are "just missing".
The opposition party said they would maintain this position unless the original concept of the lustration
commission is restored, which is a concept, they say, that does not violate human rights and is not carried out by party principles.
The much anticipated but still controversial lustration
legislation with regard to BTA general director, his deputy and chief secretary was promulgated last year.