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May 22, 2022

CC once again postpones verdict on merging elections

The Constitutional Court (CC) postponed for January 25 the debates on the non-constitutionality challenge of the Law that merges the local and parliamentary elections. The decision was made in order to learn the financial impact upon the Government. USL challenged the Law at the Constitutional Court, after the failure of the no-confidence motion that followed the Government’s procedure of taking responsibility for the Law in Parliament. Constitutional judges should have ruled in this case ever since last week, but they postponed the verdict for yesterday. On the other hand, the Constitutional Court ruled in yesterday’s session that Advertising Law is not constitutional, thus accepting The Social Liberal Union’s appeal.

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