The Constitutional Court have scheduled a new session for next Wednesday, which, as can be seen from the proposed daily agenda, they will not be reviewing the subject of Article 175 of the Law on Electronic Communications, for which the Government sent their opinion to the court with the proposal that it not be abolished.

The Constitutional Court confirmed for “Meta” that they received the opinion from the Government, which together with other materials is part of the subject for the assessment of the constitutionality and legality of the controversial Article of the Law on Electronic Communications.

Otherwise, Article 175 allows the Administration for Security and Counter-Intelligence (UBK) to wiretap directly through telecommunications operators.

The Constitutional Court explained that they will not rule out the opinion of the Government separately, but it is only a part of the documents and materials that the judges will take into account when they decide whether to abolish, annul or stop the procedure for Article 175 .