Press release

Press release

05 October 2017

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Kosovo, in cooperation with the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kosovo and with the support of the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ), organized a workshop on: “Right to a reasoned decision - Its main elements and requirements/Jurisprudence, views and perspectives of the Supreme Court and of the Constitutional Court”, which was held in Thessaloniki on 3 and 4 October 2017.

The workshop was attended by judges and legal advisors from both courts, which discussed and exchanged their views on the principles of fair and impartial trial, decision within a reasonable time and the application of the provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), and in particular Article 6 of the Convention.

The subject of the discussion was also the impact of the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on the case law of Kosovo.

Among the main speakers at the workshop were the former Presiding Judge at the Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig, Dr. Otto Mallmann, as well as Prof. Dr. Michaela Wittinger, professor of the Constitutional Law and European Law at the Federal University of Applied Administrative Sciences in Brühl, Germany, who during their presentation provided a general overview of the German case law on the right to a reasoned decision and application of Article 6 of the ECHR.

  • KI 05/17

    Constitutional Review of Article 11 of Law No. 05/L-068 on amending and supplementing Law 04/L-042 on Public Procurement of the Republic of Kosovo, amended and supplemented by Law No. 04/L-237

  • KI 14/17

    Constitutional review of Decision PN. No. 298/2016 of the Court of Appeals of 25 May 2016

  • KI 43/17

    Constitutional review of Decision No. 269/2015 of the Tax Administration of Kosovo of 30 July 2015

  • KI 48/17

    Constitutional review of unspecified decisions of the public authorities


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