Constitutional Court gives final ruling on the President-Prime Minister conflict regarding the decreeing of new ministers

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The Constitutional Court has ruled regarding the competences of the President to decree the ministers.

The seven members of the Constitutional Court have ruled unanimously to suspend the trial and gave their final interpretation of the Constitutional norm, on order to avoid future conflicts.

According to the Court, the three institutions involved in the appointing of the government cabinet members: the President, the Prime Minister and the Parliament, have the right to verify the names of the candidates, without obliging the other parties to express their will within the deadlines defined by the Constitution.

The interpretation of the Constitutional Court to the law forces the President to approve the members of the new cabinet members, but without taking his right to give his opinions on them.