At a session of the Constitutional Court today, a decision will be made on the Guidelines for keeping registers

Constitutional Court / Photo: "Free Press" - Dragan Mitreski

Today, the Constitutional Court will decide on the case for which a procedure has been initiated, the Guidelines for keeping civil registers.

On July 5, 2023, the Constitutional Court, on its own initiative, initiated a procedure for the contested Instruction due to suspicions that with its adoption by the Ministry of Justice, Article 52, paragraph 2 of the Constitution was violated, that is, the constitutional deadline was not respected publish this Guide. Recorded with an archive number from May 29, 2023, and published on June 15, 2023, which means that the Constitution and Article 52, which stipulates a deadline of seven days at the latest, have not been respected.

As informed by the Court, the Instruction on amending and supplementing the instruction on the way of keeping, protecting and keeping the registry books and records, issuing extracts, certificates, transcripts and copies based on the registry books, conducting proceedings and drawing up minutes is contested. for a found child, restoration of destroyed, damaged or missing registers, as well as for forms of registers, register of registers, extracts and certificates issued on the basis of registers.

Given that the discussion on this subject has already been completed at today's session, the phase of voting and making a decision follows.

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