Russian-Spanish Conference: The Spanish Constitution of 1978: Lessons from History and Prospects for Development
On December 13, the Presidential Academy will host a Russian-Spanish Conference, The Spanish Constitution of 1978: Lessons from History and Prospects for Development (La constitución española de 1978: lecciones históricas y perspectivas de desarrollo).
The speakers at the plenary session will include RANEPA Rector Vladimir Mau; Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Spain Fernando Valderrama; Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Igor Ivanov, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia (1998-2004); Deputy Foreign Minister, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Alexander Grushko; and Director of RANEPA Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service Igor Bartsits.
The conference program is comprised of three modules: Political Aspects of the 1978 Spanish Constitution, Historical Aspects of the 1978 Spanish Constitution, and Legal Aspects of the 1978 Spanish Constitution.
The conference was organized as a result of close and fruitful cooperation between the Presidential Academy and the Embassy of Spain in Moscow.
- Vladimir Mau, Rector, RANEPA;
- Igor Ivanov, President, Russian International Affairs Council;
- Igor Bartsits, Director, RANEPA IPACS.
- Showing of a documentary on the Spanish Constitution of 1978 prepared by the Spanish Foreign Ministry.
Political Aspects of the 1978 Spanish Constitution
- Manuel Villoria, Professor, Political Science and Public law, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid; Doctor of Political Science and Sociology;
- Alexander Orlov, Professor, MGIMO University; Master of International Law, member of the Expert Council of the Russian Government’s Analytical Center;
- Olga Pirozhenko, Director, RANEPA IPACS Russian-Spanish Center.
Historical Aspects of the 1978 Spanish Constitution
- Carlos Miguel Revenga Sánchez, Professor, Constitutional Law, University of Cadiz, Doctor of Law;
- Olga Volosyuk, Professor, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Doctor of History;
- Yekaterina Yurchik, Ph.D, senior researcher, Department of Modern and Contemporary History, Lomonosov State University.
Legal Aspects of the 1978 Spanish Constitution
- Isabel Jiménez Ferrer, Doctor of Law, Lecturer, Autonomous University of Madrid, expert in constitutional law;
- Igor Bartsits, Doctor of Law, Professor, RANEPA, Director, RANEPA IPACS;
Date: December 13, 10.30-13.30.
Location: Red Room (No. 327), building 5 at 82 Prospekt Vernadskogo, Moscow
Phone: +7 (499) 956-94-37