Constitutional Court fails to elect president after four attempts


After four failed attempts to elect a new president of the Constitutional Court on Tuesday, the Court said it would resume its session on Friday.
According to the information, at the selection session that started at 10 a.m. Tuesday, none of the proposed candidates received the necessary majority. A vote was taken to choose judges Tatjana Vasikj-Bozadzieva and Ana Pavlovska-Daneva.
The new Constitutional Court president is set to replace the last president Dobrila Kacarska, whose three-year term expires on June 2, 2024.
According to the Constitutional Court Rules of Procedure, the Constitutional Court at a session elects the court’s president out of the judges with a two-thirds majority of the total number of judges, by secret ballot.

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