The Chancellery of the Constitutional Court

At the heart of the Constitutional Court lies its Chancellery, a legal entity tasked with multifaceted responsibilities. From organizational and staff administration to economic and technical support, the Chancellery stands as the bedrock upon which the Court's activities thrive.

The Head of the Chancellery oversees its functions, appointed and dismissed by the President of the Constitutional Court. In terms of personnel, the Chancellery's activities are carried out by judicial advisors, analytical researchers, and secretaries to the judges, as well as other emplyees. They create the administrative and technical conditions necessary for the decision-making activities of the Constitutional Court.

Create date: 29.5.2023 Last modified: 10.6.2024