The Constitutional Court has published the arguments for repealing the special law on the National Theater. The main reason, according to the Constitutional Court, is the favor made to the private subjects that owns part of the property in the area of the project.
The Court adjudicates that the favoritism made to the company that owns the property discourages the other private companie, and the criteria are impossible to be fulfilled by the competition, since they will have to sign an agreement with the “Fusha” company.
According to the Court, the public authorities were unable to give convincing arguments that they made serious efforts to analyze the feasibility of the project with public fund. This way, they rejected the claim for a lack of funds.
The Court also states that the documents brought by the parties involved do not specify why this building was not part of the national heritage.