Azerbaijan’s Constitutional Court reviews President’s request for parliament dissolution

  27 June 2024    Read: 759
 Azerbaijan’s Constitutional Court reviews President’s request for parliament dissolution

Azerbaijan’s Constitutional Court is holding a plenary session today, AzVision.az reports. 

In accordance with the Clause 1 of Part III of Article 130 of the Constitution of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Article 7.1 of the Law "On the Constitutional Court", and based on the Decision of the Milli Majlis of the Republic of Azerbaijan No. 1174-VIQR dated June 21, 2024 "On appeal to the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan on the scheduling of early elections to the Milli Majlis of the Republic of Azerbaijan", the session is reviewing the request of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan regarding the compliance of the dissolution of the Milli Majlis of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the scheduling of early parliamentary elections.

Chairman of the Constitutional Court Farhad Abdullayev declared the composition of the plenary session and provided information about the issue under discussion.

The requesting party was represented by Rustam Gasimov, Head of the Legal Policy Issues Sector of the Department of Legislation and Legal Policy of the Presidential Administration and Araz Poladov, Head of the Legislation Development Sector of the same department. The responding party was represented by Farid Hajiyev, Head of the Azerbaijani Parliament's administration. Nasib Shukurov, Associate professor of the Department of Constitutional Law of the Faculty of Law of the Baku State University, Doctor of Philosophy in Law joined the session as an expert.

 

AzVision.az


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