Blog of the International Journal of Constitutional Law

Tag: Constitutional Court of Albania

  • A Proposal for Gender Parity on Slovakia’s Constitutional Court

    —Šimon Drugda, PhD Candidate at the University of Copenhagen The chairman of the Slovak National Council (NaCo) has formally initiated the process to select replacements for nine Constitutional Court (CC) judges who will finish their term in mid-February next year. The schedule is tight.

  • Challenges for the Constitutional Court and Democracy in Albania

    –Prof. Dr. Aurela Anastasi, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Tirana; Fulbright Research Scholar, Boston College Law School The justice system in Albania is going through a major reform to ensure the independence of the judicial system. The constitutional amendment adopted by the Parliament in 2016 established various measures and created several new institutions aimed at combating corruption in the judiciary, as well as re-establishing public trust and confidence in its institutions.