The Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic

The Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic (hereinafter Constitutional Court) was established by Constitution of the Slovak Republic No. 460/1992. Collection of laws as an independent judicial body in order to protect constitutionality. The powers are regulated by Articles 124 to 140 of the Constitution of the Slovak Republic, details on organisation of the Constitutional Court, on the proceedings before the Court and on the status of its Judges are stipulated in law No. 38/1993 Coll. as amended.

   

Pursuant to § 79 of law No. 38/1993 Coll., the Plenary Session of the Constitutional Court has approved the Procedure and standing order of the Constitutional Court No. 114/1993 Coll. as amended, defining the internal conditions of the Constitutional Court during the decision-making, the status of the Plenary session, Senates, Judges, Judges-Rapporteurs, Legal Advisors and other persons taking part in activities of the Constitutional Court, as well as disciplinary proceedings against the judges (the wording of this law has not been published on the internet web site of the Constitutional Court yet. It is possible to consult the printed version at the information office in the building of the Constitutional Court).
     

The tasks connected with the organisational, personal, administrative and technical aspects of the activity of the Constitutional Court are carried out by the Chancellery of the Constitutional Court. Details on the organisation and activity of the Chancellery of the Constitutional Court and on the status of its staff are set out in the Organisation schedule, approved by the Plenary Session of the Constitutional Court.
  

The Constitutional Court manages its finances from the state budget as an independent budget category in accordance with law No. 523/2004 Coll. on budgetary rules as amended.