Birth of a law


What happens if it is suspected that a law is not harmonized with the Constitution?

The Constitutional Court decides about the harmonization of the law with the Constitution, with generally accepted rules of international law, and with ratified international treaties.   
State institutions (for example, President of the Republic, a Ministry, etc.), institutions of territorial autonomy (for example, the Assembly of the autonomous province), or local self-government bodies (for example, Municipal Assemblies), a minimum of twenty five MPs, and the Constitutional Court itself can initiate proceedings before the Constitutional Court.
On the other hand, any legal (for example, a company) or physical entity (individual person) has the right to initiate proceedings for the assessment of constitutionality and legality.


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Monday, 2 March
  • 10.00 - National Assembly Deputy Speaker Prof. Dr Vladimir Marinkovic meets with a group of students of the Belgrade Faculty of Economics (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 4)

  • 11.30 - the Chairman of the Committee on Human and Minority Rights and Gender Equality meets with the Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Democratisation Department (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 3)

  • 12.00 - Conference of Women Parliamentarians of South-East Europe “Equal and Empowered - Stronger Together” (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Small Hall)

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