Pataky will not apply for a Constitutional Judge


Ultimately in February 2019, office time ended with nine of the 13 constitutional judges.

Applicants for the post of constitutional judge have not yet been elected by the public rights candidate María Patakyová. He confirmed Tuesday after a meeting with President Andrew Kisk. She advised her not to apply for a constitutional judge. But he believes there are enough candidates to make the successful election.

Pataky's ambition does not stand.

"I believe that a constitutional intention as a public defense for rights is a great commitment, and it must be reached by the end of the office," she explained. Also, she has not yet chosen his nominee.

"It's a question of conversation, it's pretty natural if I face someone, a response is that they are amazing, they have to consider it," she said.

Cultural course

He believes that the extension of the functions of the constitutional judges in January will not happen, since candidates are sufficiently suited to change the Constitutional Court (SR) of the Soviet Republic within a culturally-established framework.

The role of the constitutional judges would not extend the importance of IC's importance. She said that it is desirable that a Constitutional Court should be fully established, in line with full-time sessions and the work of the court.

The President also met Lenka Praženková, chairman of the Court of Justice, and chairman of the High Court of Slovakia Danielou Švecová, Tuesday. Last week, he spoke with representatives from Chambers of Law and the Dean of Faculty of Law.

Ultimately in February 2019, office time ended with nine of the 13 constitutional judges. The Parliament's role is twice selected on the number of candidates for constitutional judges compared to the number of vacancies.

Then the judges elect themselves as state leader. MEPs must give 18 names to President Andrej Kiskov.

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