About 300 MPs and Senators Confronts Constitutional Court with a joint letter

By Ranger; 4/19/2013

On the 18th of April at Parliament, government MPs and about 30 elected senators gathered to ink their signature on a letter to the Constitutional Court, saying the court has no power to stop Parliament from amending of the constitution. The letter included 5 points, saying that the constitutional court is breaking the law. The constitutional court accepted a case, citing the Clause 68 of the constitution, to make a ruling on further amendment of the constitutional. In the letter, the MPs and Senators said by accepting the case under clause 68, the constitutional court had abused the separation of power between the judicial, legislative and administration. The letter, is in response to the constitutional court ordering about 300 MPs to explain their position to the court (Source).

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