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Constitutional Court of Bulgaria

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Constitutional Court of Bulgaria

The Constitutional Court of Bulgaria is in charge of reviewing the constitutionality of laws and statutes brought before it, as well as the compliance of these laws with international treaties that the Government has signed. The 12 members of the Constitutional Court serve a nine-year term. Parliament elects 1/3 of them. President elects 1/3.

List of chairmen

Name Term
Asen Manov 3 October 1991 – 18 October 1994
Asen Manov 18 October 1994 – 14 October 1997
Zhivko Stalev 14 October 1997 – 19 October 2000
Hristo Danov 19 October 2000 – 17 February 2003
Rumen Yankov 28 February 2003 – 28 October 2003
Nedelcho Beronov 28 October 2003 – 3 October 2006
Rumen Yankov 8 November 2006 – 9 October 2009
Evgeni Tanchev 16 November 2009 —

See also

External links

  • Official website
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