Prof. Dr Matej AccettoPresident
Assist. Prof. Dr Rok ČeferinVice President
Assist. Prof. Dr Špelca MežnarJudge
Acad. Prof. Dr Marijan PavčnikJudge
Prof. Dr. Dr. Klemen Jaklič (Oxford UK, Harvard USA)Judge
Prof. Dr Rajko KnezJudge
Prof. Dr Katja Šugman StubbsJudge
Prof. Dr Rok SvetličJudge
A petition to initiate the procedure for the review of the constitutionality or legality of regulations or general acts issued for the exercise of public authority may be lodged before the Constitutional Court under the conditions determined by the Constitutional Court Act (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 67/07 – official consolidated text and 109/12 – ZUstS).
a Constitutional Complaint
Anyone who wishes to lodge a constitutional complaint before the Constitutional Court due to a violation of human rights or fundamental freedoms by an individual act (a court decision) may do so under the conditions determined by the Constitutional Court Act (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 67/07 – official consolidated text and 109/12 – ZUstS) in Articles 50 through 53.
The exterior of the seat of the Constitutional Court, also called Plečnik’s Palace, by no means prepares visitors and admirers of architecture to the splendour and beauty of its interior.
Built in 1882 in Renaissance style with accentuated rustic work on the ground floor, its reconstruction…