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January 26, 2022

CCR rules Gov’t ordinance unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court (CCR) yesterday ruled as unconstitutional a government ordinance to reorganize several executive structures, including the Anti Fraud Department and the government’s Control Department. The court thus accepted the Ombudsman’s complaint against the ordinance and ruled that the document is violating labour and equal rights legislation. The decision refers to the ordinance’s provision that employees of these government structures be hired based on a “subjective” criteria such as the prime minister’s confidence, the court said.

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