Recent decisions of the Constitutional Court are contrary to the provisions of the Constitution
Ten former judges who worked in various judicial instances signed a joint declaration, stating that the latest decisions of the Constitutional Court (CC) were contrary to the provisions of the Constitution.
They explained that the Constitutional Court misinterpreted the 3-month period, after which the parliament was dissolved. “The CC noted that three months are 90 days. Such an interpretation is a change in the constitutional norm in a manner not permitted by law. The competence of the Constitutional Court does not include interference with the text of the constitutional norm with a view to amending it, in this case by specifying other terms in which parliament may be dissolved”, is indicated in the declaration.
In addition, the judges expressed their disagreement with the "arbitrary procedure, which was the basis of the recent decisions, which were hurriedly taken by the Constitutional Court with major violations."
According to the signatories, the verdicts of the Constitutional Court pursued the goal of removing the new parliament from power, which, in turn, creates political instability in the country, reports tv8.md.
The declaration was signed, including, former presidents of the Constitutional Court Victor Pushkash and Dumitru Pulbere, as well as Alexander Shpak - former judge of the Chisinau Appeals Chamber, Domnica Manole - former judge of the Constitutional Court, Dmitry Visternichanu - former judge of the Supreme Court, Elena Gligor - former judge of the Appeals Chamber of Chisinau , Nikolai Osmokescu - former judge of the Constitutional Court, Tatyana Kiriyak - former judge in Calarash, Tatyana Duca - former judge of the Appeals Chamber of Balti, Tatyana Raducanu - former judge of the Supreme Court of Justice.