The Constitutional Court of North Macedonia will function with 6 judges as of today, due to the end of the term of Judge Vangelina Markodova.
The last session that Judge Markodova attended took place on Wednesday, December 7, after which Judge Markodova’s term in the Constitutional Court ended.
The last initiative that Markodova was working on and referred to in the session was about the law on salaries and other compensation for elected and appointed persons, and the Constitutional Court filed a lawsuit on this issue, that is, she expressed doubts about the constitutionality of Article 22 allowing her dismissal.
On the occasion of Judge Markodova’s retirement, the Constitutional Court held an appropriate ceremony in which the judges and staff thanked her for her contribution and active participation in the work of the Constitutional Court.
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