Complaints rejected by the Constitutional Court of Moldova
as being inadmissible
On 18 November 2014, the Constitutional Court of Moldova examined the admissibility of two complaints lodged by the Communist Party and by the MPs Igor Dodon and Ion Ceban on 17 November 2014 (complaints no. 55b and 58a of 2014).
The Communist Party lodged a complaint with the Constitutional Court asking for the interpretation of the phrase contained in the Articles 1 para. (3), 60 para. (2) and 68 para (1) of the Constitution related to the Judgment of the Constitutional
Constitutional Court upholds the obligation of a vehicle’s owner
to reveal the identity of the person at the wheel
On 18 November 2014, the Constitutional Court of Moldova undertook a constitutional review of the Article 234 of the Contravention Code (complaints no. 53a/2014), which compiles the owner of a vehicle to disclose the identity of the person who was entrusted by him/her to drive it, the contrary leading to the owner being sanctioned.
The author of the complaint, the MP Simion Furdui considers that contraventional liability of the vehicle’s owner for failing to disclose the requested information infringes upon the
The Association Agreement between the Republic of Moldova and the European Union – constitutional
On 9 October 2014 the Constitutional Court delivered its Judgment on the constitutionality of the Association Agreement between the Republic of Moldova, on the one hand, and the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community and its Member States, on the other hand, and of the Law No.112 of 2 July 2014 on its ratification (Complaint No. 44a/2014).
Circumstances of the case
At the origin of the case lies the complaint submitted to the Constitutional Court on 14 July 2014 by
Alexandru TĂNASE was re-elected President of the Constitutional Court of Moldova
On 6 October 2014, the Plenum of the Constitutional Court has re-elected Mr. Alexandru TĂNASE, with a unanimous vote, as President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova.
According to the law, the President of the Constitutional Court shall be elected by secret ballot for a term of three years.
Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova
On 8 and 9 September 2014, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova is hosting the International Conference on "The role of constitutional justice in protecting the values of the rule of law", an event dedicated to the 20th Anniversary of the Constitution and for underlining the constitutional review of laws in Republic of Moldova.
Participants at the Conference are the delegates of the constitutional courts or of the supreme courts of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech
Dismissal of the Constitutional Court judges by the Parliament is unconstitutional
On 2 June 2014, the Constitutional Court delivered its judgment on the constitutionality of certain provisions regarding the establishment of the possibility to dismiss the Constitutional Court judges by the Parliament for “loss of confidence” and the limitation of competences of the authority of constitutional jurisdiction (Complaint No. 34a/2014).
Circumstances of the case
At the origin of the case lies the application submitted to the Constitutional Court on 20 May 2014 by the MPs, Messrs Mihai Ghimpu, Valeriu Munteanu, Gheorghe Brega and
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