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02.03
2018

The Constitutional Tribunal of Poland expressed the intention to join the Association of Constitutional Justice of the Countries of the Baltic and Black Sea Regions (BBCJ)

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On 22 February 2018 the President of the Constitutional Court of Georgia Zaza Tavadze, as Acting President of the Association of Constitutional Justice of the Countries of the Baltic and Black Sea Regions (BBCJ)  received the letter from the President of  Constitutional Tribunal of Poland  Julia Przylebska expressing willingness to become the  member of the BBCJ.  In the motivation letter it is highlighted that the Constitutional Tribunal shares the aims outlined in the Declaration on the Establishment of the Association and its Statute, and would like to have the opportunity to contribute to the activity of the Association and to gain new experience, inter alia, in matters of constitutional justice.

The membership issue concerning the enlargement of the BBCJ shall be discussed at the working meeting at the beginning of April in Tbilisi with the participation of the Association members - Constitutional Courts of Georgia, Lithuania, Moldova and Ukraine.  Upon the membership is granted, the Constitutional Tribunal of Poland shall participate in the Third Congress of the Association of Constitutional Justice of the Countries of the Baltic and Black Sea Regions which shall take place in May in Tbilisi.

BBCJ was established in 2015, at the initiative of the Constitutional Courts of Moldova and Lithuania, and is composed of the Constitutional Courts of Georgia, Lithuania, Moldova and Ukraine. CCM held the first presidency of BBCJ since its establishment until 31 December 2016, as the Court which initiated the Declaration of Establishment of the Association. In 2017 the Presidency was held by the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, and starting with 1 January 2018 - by the Constitutional Court of Georgia.

 
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