At the session at the Constitutional Court today, where they assessed the constitutionality of the dissolution of Parliament, they also adopted an interim measure that will freeze all activities arising from disputed decisions to dissolve Parliament.
This, as the Constitutional Court explained to “Meta” means, that all actions will be stopped, including the election campaign, electoral deadlines, and all other activities in the act of dissolving the Parliament and calling the election.
The interim measures come into force even from today and will last until the final decision by the Constitutional Court which challenged the dissolution of the Parliament, which they say the court will be announced next week.
Constitutional judges today unanimously voted to initiate a procedure for assessing the constitutionality of the dissolution of Parliament, after a motion was filed last Friday to the court by the Democratic Union for Integration (DUI).
“The Court unanimously decided to initiate a procedure for assessing the constitutionality of the decision to dissolve the Parliament from the 18th of January 2016 and the decision to amend the decision from the 23rd of February 2016. The court had made the decision to freeze all individual acts and actions which arise from these decisions”, said the Secretary General of the Constitutional Court, Olivera Filipovska after judges finished voting.