Press release

Press release

14 July 2017

The Judge of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Kosovo, Mrs. Gresa Caka-Nimani, attended the 5th World Justice Forum Conference, which was held in The Hague, Netherlands, from 10 to 13 July 2017.

In addition to participating in a three-day conference of an international character, Judge Caka-Nimani also participated in the Panel Discussion focused on "Constitution-Building in Post-Conflict Societies", moderated by Mr. Tom Ginsburg, a Professor of International Law and of Political Sciences at the University of Chicago, and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 

In the discussion on current concepts and trends regarding the constitutional building processes in post-conflict societies, Judge Caka-Nimani among others presented before the academics of the constitutional law the advantages and weaknesses of the internationalized constitutional making process in the Republic of Kosovo. 

The World Justice Forum is an international event in the area of the rule of law, gathering around the community leaders, constitutional law experts and experts of other fields throughout the globe, with an aim of sharing insights, exploring strategies and finding the best solutions for advancing peace and equity in the world.

  • KI 25/17

    Constitutional review of Judgment GSK- KPA- A- 221/14 of the Kosovo Property Agency Appeals Panel of the Supreme Court of Kosovo of 3 August 2016

  • KI 28/17

    Constitutional review of Judgment Rev. No. 262/2016, of the Supreme Court of Kosovo, of 3 November 2016

  • KI 57/17

    Constitutional review of Judgment AC-I-16-0075-A0001 of the Appellate Panel of the Special Chamber of the Supreme Court on Privatization Agency of Kosovo Related Matters of 5 January 2017

  • KI 11/17

    Constitutional review of Decision AC-I-12-0050-A0001 of 06 October 2016 of the Appellate Panel of the Special Chamber of the Supreme Court of Kosovo on Privatization Agency of Kosovo Related Matters


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