Constitutional Court resumes work after years-long hiatus

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The Constitutional Court of Albania will have its first public session on Tuesday, after being suspended for several years.

Its seven judges will review a lawsuit on Criminal Code procedures and evaluate several verdicts given during its absence.

The session is taking place without the participation of the parties but only based on the documentation submitted.

In the lawsuit, the sentence “by the first instance court that has issued the verdict in the counseling chamber”, as well as “of the same court”, is described as incompatible with the laws of the Constitution, hence demands its repeal.

In February, the Constitutional Court is expected to review six other cases.

 

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