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19.04.2016
The Constitutional Court of Moldova delivered a positive Opinion on constitutional amendments concerning the judiciary
On 19 April 2016 the Constitutional Court delivered its Opinion on the draft law to revise and supplement the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova (Application no. 41c/2016).  Circumstances of the case The case originated in an application lodged with the Constitutional Court on 12 April 2016 by the Government. In essence, the draft law proposes: - On the status of judges: (1) Appointment of Supreme Court judges by the President of Moldova, similarly to the judges sitting in ordinary courts and courts of appeal; (2)
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19.04.2016
The Constitutional Court of Moldova delivered a positive Opinion on the constitutional amendments concerning Prosecutor General’s Office
On 19 April 2016 the Constitutional Court of Moldova delivered its Opinion on the initiative to revise and supplement the Constitution (Application no. 40c/2016). Circumstances of the case The case originated in an application lodged with the Constitutional Court on 12 April 2016 by the Government. In essence, the draft law proposes: (1) The appointment and dismissal of the Prosecutor General by the President of Moldova following the proposal of the Superior Council of Prosecutors; (2) The regulation of Prosecutor General’s mandate for a term
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19.04.2016
The Constitutional Court of Moldova delivered a positive Opinion on repealing immunity for MPs
On 18 April 2016 the Constitutional Court of Moldova delivered its Opinion on the initiative to revise Article 70 of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova (Application no. 38c/2016). Circumstances of the case The case originated in an application lodged with the Constitutional Court on 11 April 2016 by a group of 39 MPs. The draft law concerns the revision of the Constitution for the purpose of repealing the immunity of MPs, by excluding paragraph (3) of Article 70 of the Constitution. Under
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19.04.2016
The Constitutional Court of Moldova delivered a positive Opinion on supplementing the Constitution with provisions on Ombudsman’s Office
On 18 April 2016 the Constitutional Court of Moldova delivered its Opinion on the draft law on supplementing the Constitution with a chapter on Ombudsman’s Office (Application no. 32c/2016). Circumstances of the case The case originated in an application lodged with the Constitutional Court on 5 April 2016 by the Government, which requested Court’s Opinion on the draft law on supplementing the Constitution with provisions on Ombudsman’s Office. In essence, the draft law proposes the constitutional regulation of the status and role of
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15.04.2016
A new subject entitled to lodge applications with the Constitutional Court
On April 15, 2016 in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Moldova was published Law no. 24 of 4 March 2016, by which have been amended, inter alia, Law no. 317-XIII of 13 December 1994 on the Constitutional Court and the Constitutional Jurisdiction Code no. 502-XIII of 16 June 1995. According to the amendments entered into force, the councils of first and second level administrative-territorial units were included in the list of subjects that have the right to lodge
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14.04.2016
The President of the Republic of Moldova welcomes the cooperation between the Constitutional Court and the European Union
On 14 April 2016 Constitutional Court was visited by President of the Republic of Moldova, Mr. Nicolae Timofti.  The Head of State met with the team of experts of the EU project "Support to the Constitutional Court of Moldova", which started in February this year, and visited the renovated premises of the Constitutional Court.   During the meeting, the President of Moldova expressed satisfaction on the development of the cooperation between the Constitutional Court and the European Union, through the project "Support
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17.03.2016
BBCJ condemns the exercised pressure and the undue interference in the work of several European Constitutional Courts
The Association of Constitutional Justice of the Countries of the Baltic and Black Sea Regions (BBCJ) is rallying behind Venice Commission’s statement and it expresses its deep concern on the blockage of the work of the Constitutional Tribunal of Poland, the pressures exercised on the Constitutional Courts of Georgia and Turkey, as well as in the case of delaying the processes of appointment of Constitutional Courts judges from Croatia and Slovakia. An important component of the rule of law is represented
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