Constitutional Court will discuss the constitutionality of the dissolution of Parliament


Tomorrow at 9:00 am, the Constitutional Court will discuss the motion of the constitutionality and legality of the decision to dissolve Parliament, which was filed on Friday by an MP from the DUI party, Talat Xhaferi.

Information on what will be discussed at the meeting in this initiative was published this morning on the official website of the Constitutional Court. Specifically, tomorrow’s entire agenda for the session has been changed and has been confirmed beforehand. Tomorrow, only one point has been scheduled for the agenda, “Decision to Dissolve Parliament (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Macedonia” No. 9/2016 and 33/2016) Report no.104 / 2016″.

Another motion was filed to the Constitutional Court, which like Xhaferi’s motion refers to another hot topic in the political crisis, or more specifically the withdrawal of the pardons granted to 56 people, politicians, and their associates, by President Gjorge Ivanov.

The Constitutional Court confirmed for “Meta” that a motion was filed to them, for the re-evaluation of Article 11, the Law on Pardons, or the legality of this article on which President Ivanov based his decision to grant 56 pardons on.

This motion was filed by a resident of Skopje, Milivoj Micovski, and she, as confirmed by the Secretary General of the Constitutional Court, Olivera Filipovska, filed her motion before the DUI MP Talat Xhaferi.

According to unofficial sources, due to the need for urgent action on these motions, the President of the Constitutional Court canceled an official visit to Russia. However, the Constitutional Court would not confirm this information for our journalists.

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