U-I-388/98

Reference no.:
U-I-388/98
Act:
Act on the Amendment to the Act on Employment and Insurance Against Unemployment (Official Gazette RS, No. 69/98) (ZZZPB), Art. 17.b.3 and 4 and Art. 22.1.6
Operative provisions:
The petition filed for the review of the constitutionality and legality of Art. 17.b.3 and 4 and Art. 22.1.6 of the Act on the Amendment to the Act on Employment and Insurance Against Unemployment is dismissed.
Abstract:
The Constitutional Court has no jurisdiction to decide on the mutual conformity of statutes. Also, it does not have jurisdiction to review the internal consistency of individual statutory provisions. The Constitutional Court could only review the mutual conformity of statutes if, because of this, such internal contradictions develop within the legal system to the effect of violating the principles of a State governed by the rule of law. However, in this case the matter does not concern such a situation.
Password:
Principles of a State governed by the rule of law. Statute, interpretation. Constitutional Court, lack of jurisdiction to review the mutual conformity of statutes. Constitutional Court, lack of jurisdiction to review the internal consistency of a statutory provision. Health insurance, unemployed. Right to the free selection of a physician. Health insurance, compensation in money for the time of a sick leave. Compensation, period of a sick leave. Right to social welfare. Right to health insurance. Principle of equality before the law. Employment, unemployed, health insurance. Constitution, Arts. 2, 14, 50, 51, 160 Institutes Act (ZZ), Art. 49 Constitutional Court Act (ZUstS), Arts. 21, 26.2
Legal basis:
Člen . Ustava [URS] Člen . Zakon o Ustavnem sodišču [ZUstS]
Document in PDF:
Type of procedure:
review of constitutionality and legality of regulations and other general acts
Type of act:
statute
Applicant:
Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia
Date of application:
30.10.1998
Date of decision:
13.04.2000
Type of decision adopted:
ruling
Outcome of proceedings:
dismissal
Document:
AN02073