The Amendments To The Law On The Constitutional Court

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Satversmes tiesas likumā

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the law on the Constitutional Court to make the law (the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 1996, nr. 14; 1997, no. 20; 2001; 2003, 2, no, 15; 2004, nr. 4. no; 2008, 8 No, no 2, 2009; Latvian journal, 2009, 194, 205. no; 2010, 206. no; 2011, 85, no. 196) the following amendments: 1. Supplement article 9 with the third subparagraph by the following: "(3) a judge of the Constitutional Court, which powers suspended in accordance with the first and second subparagraphs, the Chairman of the Constitutional Court with a judge's consent to appoint perform other duties, the Constitutional Court in a position that is not public officials, to the time of the suspension, the community set out in the relevant work pay. If the judge does not consent to the assignment of another job, his dismissal during paid the national minimum wage. If the entry into force of the decision on the termination of criminal proceedings and the termination basis is related to the person of reabilitējoš conditions or the entry into force of the decision on the termination of the disciplinary proceedings, concluding that it proposed, or the Court has given judgment in supporting the criminal, the judge paid all of the suspension period not paid wages as well as allowances. " 2. transitional provisions be supplemented by the following paragraph 14: "14. Article 9 of this law-third after its entry into force, also apply to the Constitutional Court judge, which powers stopped before this law, the third subparagraph of article 9 entry into force." The Parliament adopted the law in 2013 on September 5. The President of the Parliament instead of the President's Āboltiņ 2013 in Riga on September 19.