The Constitutional Court of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic
The Constitutional Court of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic decided today
the date of the plenary consisting of Chairman JUDr. Ernest War and judges.
Vlastimila Ševčík, JUDr. Vojena Gttlera, JUDr. Zdeněk Kessler, JUDr.
Petra Kresáka, JUDr. Paul Matese, JUDr. Mariana Listener At, JUDr.
Anthony Walks, JUDr. From Viery Strážnice, JUDr. Ivana Trimaje and JUDr.
Ján Vosčeka after oral proceedings
in the matter of the claimant's Higher Military Court in Trencin, against
The Federal Assembly of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic,
represented by JUDr. Philip Gray with the participation of interveners-
The military prosecutor of the perimeter in Prešov and Paul Marinčáka, apartment
Stretava # 5, Michalovce, for the vote of the non-compliance provisions. section 2 of the Act.
18/1992 Coll., on civilian service, and article. 15 paragraph 1. 3 and article. 1 of the Charter
fundamental rights and freedoms declared Constitutional Act No. 23/1991 Coll.
The provisions of § 2 (2). 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1992 Coll., on civilian
the service, to the extent in which also applies to payments made prior to the
effect of this Act is not in conformity with article. 1 and article. 15 paragraph 1. 3
The Charter of fundamental rights and freedoms.
Date of publication of this finding in the journal of laws ceases to have effect
the provisions of § 2 (2). 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1992 Coll., in relation to the
contributions made before 16. January 1992. If The Federal
the Assembly does not Act No. 18/1992 Coll., within six months from the publication of
This finding in accordance with art. 1 and article. 15 paragraph 1. 3 of the Charter, shall cease to be
the validity of the provisions of § 2 (2). 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1992 Coll. on
relation to the Concordat, made before 16. January 1992.
The President of the Constitutional Court
The Czech and Slovak Federal Republic:
JUDr. Valko v.r.