At present this textbook is considered unique and the most up-to-date university textbook of constitutional law in the Czech Republic since the country‘s independence, its 1989 restoration of constitutional democracy and its accession to the European Union. The author applies his extensive knowledge in the field of comparative constitutional law as well as his participation in international university activities and more than 25 years experience in the International Association of Constitutional Law . The General Part of the textbook deals with the general theory of the Constitution, primarily with the theory of constitutional law, modern constitutionality, and the form and content of the constitution. In addition, it elaborates upon the constitutionality of the European Union and the Council of Europe. The Particular Part addresses the Czech Constitution, its development and structure, and its relationship with international law and the European Union. It focuses on substantive and procedural constitutional law (elections, functioning of Parliament and the workings of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic).