Constitutional Court to decide on the Law on the Prespa Agreement and the Law on the Use of Languages ​​

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The Constitutional Court will hold a preparatory session today for the cases in which the constitutionality of the Decree on the Law on Ratification of the Agreement with Greece (the so-called Prespa Agreement) and the Law on Ratification of the Final Agreement for Resolving the Differences Described in Resolutions 817 (1993) and 845 (1993) of the UN Security Council to end the validity of the 1995 Interim Accord and to establish a strategic partnership between the Parties and the Decree promulgating the Law on the Use of Languages ​​and the Law on the Use of Languages

Constitutional informed that regarding the Law on Ratification of the Final Agreement to resolve the differences described in UN Security Council Resolutions 817 (1993) and 845 (1993) on the termination of the 1995 Interim Accord and the establishment of a partnership between the parties and the Decree promulgating the Law, seven initiatives have been submitted to them. Among the submitters of the initiatives are the World Macedonian Congress, Professor Solza Grcheva, as well as citizens.

A total of 13 initiatives have been submitted regarding the Law on the Use of Languages ​​and the Decree on its promulgation.

According to the Court, regarding this Law, the first initiative was submitted in January 2019, and during the whole year, other initiatives arrived and due to the same matter that is disputed, they will be considered together. The submitters of the initiatives are the political parties Levica, VMRO-DPMNE, the World Macedonian Congress, professors Solza Grcheva and Tanja Karakamisheva, as well as citizens.

The previous procedure on the case was conducted for more than a year, with a detailed analysis of the allegations in the initiatives regarding the legal provisions, answers were requested from all participants in the procedure (adopters of the acts and the Government of RNM) and extensive reports were prepared, says the Constitutional Court.

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