Constitutional complaint against the ratification of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe by the Slovak Parliament (8 July 2005)

On 8 July 2005, 13 Slovak citizens, members of the Konzervatívny Inštitút (Conservative Institute), lodge a complaint with the Constitutional Court against the decision by the Slovak Parliament on 11 May to approve the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe. The plaintiffs argue that the absence of a referendum represents an infringement of their rights under Article 30(1) of the Slovak Constitution.

Source and copyright

Source: JUDr. Matúš Petrík (et. al.), Sťažnosť – Euroustava, Bratislava, 08.07.05,

Copyright: Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic

This document is also available in…

The PDF content cannot be displayed in the browser. To view the content, please install
Download Content