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Moldova - Constitutional Justice

24/09/2015 - 25/09/2015

Chisinau - The Constitutional Court of Moldova and the Venice Commission co-organised the International Conference on "Relations of the Constitutional Court with other public authorities". This Conference, which was financed by the EU Programme : “Programmatic Cooperation Framework in the Eastern Partnership Countries”, examined how the Constitutional Courts in Moldova and other Eastern Partnership countries interact with the legislative and executive powers (nomination of judges, budget) and how the Courts’ decisions are implemented.

Related documents
CDL-JU(2015)021  English  28/09/2015 -  Public
Constitutional Review Design and Functions Implications to the Separation of Powers  (E. TANCHEV)

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