THE COLLECTION OF LEGAL POSITIONS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA WAS PUBLISHED
On the eve of the 27th Anniversary of the Formation of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Armenia, the Collection of Legal Positions of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Armenia was published, co-authored by the Adviser to the President of the Constitutional Court Alina Phrikyan, the Assistant to the President of the Constitutional Court Artak Ghazaryan, and the Head of the Expertise-Analytic Division of the Constitutional Court Aida Tadevosyan.
In the course of the preparation of the Collection, more than 3.000 decisions of the Constitutional Court were studied, including the decisions of the panels of justices and procedural decisions, and the key legal positions expressed therein were highlighted.
Section 1 of the Collection presents for the first time in a systematized manner the legal positions established by the Court over the years, which relate to the requirements for appeals submitted to the Constitutional Court by certain competent entities through various forms of constitutional control, and in compliance with those requirements, it would be possible to prepare an application admissible to the Constitutional Court, i.e. an application that would overcome the phase of admission.
In order to make the Collection available, accessible and apprehensible for the users living in modern digital society, for the first time in domestic practice, the Collection of judicial acts was compiled using the tools of digital technologies, with the assignment of a corresponding QR code to each decision, which will allow directly going to the full version of the official text of the decision of interest without putting extra time into searching.
The Collection is not envisaged for sale. For the professional community, students and scholars of the constitutional law, the Collection will be available at the libraries of the state and educational institutions of the Republic of Armenia.
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