Moldova’s Constitutional Court condemns the pressures exerted on constitutional judges of Georgia
Constitutional Court of Moldova is rallying behind Venice Commission’s statement and it expresses its deep concern on the pressures exerted on judges of the Constitutional Court of Georgia, following the ruling of 16 September 2015 in the case of Giorgi Ugulava.
An important component of the rule of law is represented by Constitutional Justice, administered by the Constitutional Court. The role of Constitutional Courts is essential and defining, it representing the very pillar supporting the State and democracy, safeguarding equality before
Georgia - Undue pressure on the Constitutional Court - Statement by the President of the Venice Commission
Strasbourg - I have learned about pressure being exercised on the judges of the Constitutional Court of Georgia and their families, notably through manifestations and pickets in front of their private homes.In a democracy, the task of a Constitutional Court is to ensure the supremacy of the Constitution in the country. Its judgements are final and binding and they are executed in a State which respects the Rule of Law. This does not mean that the public cannot express critical
The 21st anniversary of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova
Today, 29 July 2015, the Constitution marks its 21st anniversary.
Republic of Moldova was built on the principles expressed in the Declaration of Independence and which can be found plenarily in the Constitution.
The fundamental mission of the Constitution is to ensure democracy and social harmony, things that are impossible without achieving rule of law and unconditional respect for the constitutional rights, without ensuring justice, political pluralism and a market economy. These values represent the existential philosophy of our country, from
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