The complaint challenging the date of the presidential elections – inadmissible
On 5 August 2016, the Constitutional Court ruled on the inadmissibility of the complaint no. 94a/2016 on the constitutional review of the Parliament Decision no.55 of 1 April 2016 on setting the date of presidential elections and of the Law no.147 of 15 July 2016 on modifying and supplementing the Electoral Code (Complaint 94a/2016).
Conclusions of the Court
On a preliminary examination of the complaint, in terms of admissibility, the Court held that the power conferred upon by Article 135.1.a of the
Congratulatory message of the President of the Constitutional Court on the occasion of the Constitution Day
On 29 July 1994 the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova adopted the Supreme Law of the Moldavian state - the Constitution. This fundamental legal act of the State contains the most important rules of our political system, guarantees political pluralism, and protects human rights and freedoms.
After decades of authoritarian rule and brutal social experiences, a regime characterized by the domination of the State in all areas, within which the individual has never represented a value in itself, the people
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