On Wednesday, November 9, the Constitutional Court at 9:00am will hold their first session with their new President, Nikola Ivanovski. The initiative for the constitutionality and legality of the Special Prosecutor’s Office is not on the agenda of the session, as can been seen on the official website of the court.

Constitutional Judges on Wednesday will discuss initiatives for the constitutionality and legality of the articles on the Law on Excise, the Law on Real Estate Cadastre, the Law on Pension and Disability Insurance, the Law on Bankruptcy proceedings in accordance with compulsory settlements, bankruptcy liquidation and bankruptcy law, the Law on the Sports Academy, the Law on the Electoral Code and Annex 1 and Annex 2 of the Rules and Regulations for regulating transmission tariffs and the management of the system for transmission and distribution of natural gas.

The new president, who was elected on October 17 and but officially took over from his predecessor, Elena Gosheva from November 1, has inherited some hot topics such as regarding the initiative for assessing the constitutionality and legality of the Law on the Special Public Prosecutor’s Office (SPO), which has already been sitting in a draw for a year now, and has not yet found itself on the agenda at a session, despite numerous calls from the opposition and various NGOs.

At the last session,which was held on Monday, Constitutional Judges bid farewell to Gosheva as president. She will remain a judge and part of the set-up at the Constitutional Court.