Press release

Press release

30 September 2016

The President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Kosovo, Mrs. Arta Rama-Hajrizi, received in an introductory meeting the new Head of the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX), Mrs. Alexandra Papadopoulou, on Thursday, 29 September 2016.

After wishing her success in her new duty, President Rama-Hajrizi initially informed Mrs.  Papadopoulou about the composition of the Constitutional Court, the work it has done so far, and the continuous efforts towards building the professional capacity of the Constitutional Court, thereupon also thanking the international donors for their support.

During the conversation, President Rama-Hajrizi considered the role of, and contribution given so far by, the EULEX Mission in the rule of law and the fight against organized crime in Kosovo as highly important.

Both parties emphasized the imperative of preserving the independence of the judicial and prosecutorial system in the country, towards furthering the progress in strengthening the legality.    

Mrs. Papadopoulou expressed the willingness of the mission she represents to support the independence and strengthening of the Constitutional Court of Kosovo.

  • KI 07/17

    Constitutional Review of the Judgment Pml. No. 228/2016 of the Supreme Court of Kosovo, of 20 October 2016 and Judgment PAKR No. 231/2015 of the Court of Appeals, of 6 August 2015

  • KI 127/15

    Request for constitutional review of the proceedings pending before the regular courts of the Republic of Kosovo regarding the Case C. No. 850/07 (P. no. 850/07)

  • KI 31/17

    Constitutional review of Decision CLM No. 10/2016 of the Supreme Court of Kosovo, of 24 August 2016

  • KI 141/16

    Constitutional review of Decision KA. No. 339/2016 of 15 April 2016 of the Court of Appeals of Kosovo, and Notification KMLK. No. 7/16 of 29 July 2016 of the Chief State Prosecutor of the Republic of Kosovo


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