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Opening speech by M. Mahmudzoda, the President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, at the International Conference dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan


 

His Excellency, Mr. President of the Republic of Tajikistan!

Dear participants of the international conference!

Ladies and Gentlemen!


It is a great honor for us that the President of Tajikistan, Emomali Rahmon, is present at today's meeting and we welcome the participation of His Excellency at today's international events.

It should be noted, that today's event dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan is held in a free atmosphere which became possible due to solidarity and the full support of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan.

Therefore, with heartfelt sincerity and with great respect to His Excellency on the behalf of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan we express appreciation and gratitude for the assistance and support of the international conference and participation in its work.

The President of the Republic of Tajikistan, as the Leader of the nation has made a great contribution to the consolidation of peace and national unity, protection of the unity and territorial integrity, political stability and the integration of society, continuity and durability of democracy and the rule of law, the adoption of the first Constitution of the independent state, improvement of the legal framework of the country, and implementation of an effective system of public authorities, and introduced Tajikistan to the international political arena as a peace-loving country.

And it was an initiative and full support of His Excellency, who is the founder of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, the idea of the institute of the constitutional control at the level of the first Constitution of independent and free Tajikistan acquired constitutional importance and thus this body began its steady activity in our democracy.

Improving the legal framework of the Constitutional Court contributed to the fact that in the short period of its activity, this body has taken a lot of efforts to strengthen the constitutional legality and the rule of law in the country, find effective ways and methods of international co-operation with the bodies of constitutional control of many foreign states.

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan is accepted as a full member of the World Conference of constitutional control bodies, the Conference of Constitutional Control Organs of the new democracies, as well as the Association of Asia and equivalent institutions that combine the constitutional control bodies of more than a hundred different countries. Representatives of the Constitutional Court of Tajikistan actively participate in the international events of these organizations.

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan appreciates constant attention and support of the President of the country Emomali Rahmon, and will direct all its efforts to strengthen the foundations of democracy and the rule of law in this field through the execution of their respective functions and professional responsibilities using all his experience and knowledge, and professional potential.

Dear guests!

It is gratifying that today's event is attended by Vice-President of the Venice Commission for Democracy through Law of the Council of Europe - Ms Herdis Kzherulf, Chairman of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Armenia, Chairman of the Conference of Constitutional Control Organs of the new democracies – Harutyunyan Gagik Garushevich, Chairmen and judges of the constitutional courts of the Republic of Belarus, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Korea, Latvia, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Russian Federation, Romania, Turkey and Uzbekistan, the Head and members of the Program "Promoting rule of law in Central Asian countries", public figures and scholars on constitutional law of foreign countries.

The conference was also attended by the heads and other officials of the Executive Office of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, committee chairmen and deputies of the Parliament, leaders and judges of the Constitutional Court, Supreme Court, Supreme Economic Court, the General Prosecutor's Office, heads and representatives of ministries and departments, representatives of higher education institutions, prominent scientists, lawyers, and representatives of the media who I would like to thank for accepting our invitation and maintaining mutual cooperation.

Dear guests!

Now we would like to respectfully ask His Excellency Emomali Rahmon to open today's international conference.

Please, His Excellency.

 

 

 

Participation in the International conference dedicated to the 20th anniversary of formation of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan



Distinguished participants!

Esteemed guests!

Ladies and Gentlemen!


At the outset, I would like to welcome our distinguished guests, who have come to participate in the International Conference on the oConstitutional Courtasion of the 20th anniversary of establishment of the Tajik Constitutional Court.

I believe that after visiting perpetual Tajikistan and getting familiar with longstanding history and rich culture of ancient Tajik nation, our esteemed guests will return to their countries with good impression.

Distinguished participants!

Though statehood and governance traditions of the Tajik nation go back to the third millennium B.C., state independence of the Republic of Tajikistan, which our nation achieved at the end of the 20th century, has become a great political and social break transformation point in the history of Tajik people.

The human history proves that adoption of a document and declaration of independence is not the end of story for any nation.

This process requires starting large-scale vital political, economic, social, cultural and legal transformations, which should reflect the rich history, culture, language, customs, traditions and values of any nation in combination with general humane values.

It was the strong will and dedication of Tajikistan’s people to their inherited land and state independence, thanks to which this historical phase became a constructive power and laid the firm foundation of a national state in the country.

Constitutional reforms and adoption of the Constitution of independent Tajikistan via referendum was one of the historical commitments in the initial phase of the Tajik state and public independence, which was implemented on November 6, 1994.

Constitution of the independent Tajikistan, which the first time is adopted through referendum in the constitutionalism experience of Tajikistan, reflects will of Tajik people and its major feature is that it is a national document.

In the Constitution, the people of Tajikistan declared themselves as an integral part of the world community, which also shows the ancient civilization and culture of the Tajik people, and at the same time, alongside with enriching national values, it also reflects the dedication of the Tajik state and nation to globally recognized humane values.

The Constitution is also a state recorded thinking, which reflects main and strategic aspects of national governance, joint liability of the public and authorities in establishment of social and civil society, uniting the interests of all segments of population and social groups and achievement of national objectives and it is the greatest political and social source.

Our Constitution pays a special attention to arranging and establishing the government based on its division into legislator, executive and judicial branches, and the procedure of establishment and operation of the supreme authorities is regulated aConstitutional Courtording to the principle of check and balance between them.

The theory of division of governance, which was known still at the Ancient Rome Empire, and later was applied as the main governance principles in the constitution of the majority of democratic states, was alien in the history of governance of tajik people in terms of state management even in the soviet legal system.

Distinguished friends!

It is not occasional that the Constitution pays a special attention to the role and status of the judicial power in Tajikistan, particularly in the Constitutional Court.

First and foremost, constitutional supervision authorities have a special status in the public administration and judiciary systems of all civilized countries, and it would be not reasonable to talk about the fair principle of checks and balances without such an authority.

Secondly, establishment of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan shows that Tajikistan is a democratic and law-based country and availability of such an authority practically means the objective of the state and nation in terms of creation of a fair society.

In its turn, it is impossible to imagine creation of a fair society without independent, authorized and law-based judiciary, particularly constitutional supervision authority.

In addition to this, the Constitution recognizes human rights and freedom as the highest value has led to establishment of constitutional supervision authority in the governance and judiciary systems of the country.

Via its preventive function, the Constitutional Court supervises the most important state and its authorities’ function, that is their norm development activities and annuls any legal and regulatory document contradicting the Constitution and thereby ensures protection of constitutional human and citizen’s rights and freedom foreseen in international documents and the country’s Constitution.

In this regard, I would like to outline that while developing the draft Constitution there were also some persons, according to whom establishment, existence and operation of constitutional supervision authorities would not be realistic and they thought this idea was not well grounded.

However, as the head of the state, I paid a serious attention to the establishment and operation of a specialized constitutional supervision authority in the country for objective reasons.

For instance, the chaos of 1990-1992 in the country , including ignoring the acting constitution and ten amendments and additions included into Tajikistan’s Constitution by the Supreme Board of the country in 1992 only, illegal overthrow of two presidents and five governments, which led the country to civil war, was a historical lesson for me personally.

Therefore, constitutional supervision authority was foreseen as a specialized authority, i.e. Constitutional Court in Tajikistan’s Constitution and the documents adopted by this authority were fully recognized.

Further improvement of authorities and competence of the Constitutional Court is directly related to the President’s Address to the Parliament on April 20, 2006 and adoption of Judicial and Legal Reform Program for 2007-2010 based on this Address.

This Program envisaged that the Constitutional Court’s authorities should be improved by granting it with functions on provision of opinion regarding the draft amendments and additions to be included into the Constitution as well as draft laws, and other issues to be addressed via public referendum, so that the draft amendments and additions to be included into the Constitution and the issues to be proposed for public referendum are in line with main principles and values of the Constitution.

The Constitutional Court’s documents are of high value for the protection of the country’s constitutional structure principals, human and citizen rights and freedom, interests of the state, organizations and institutions, legitimacy, social justice and legal order.

The Constitutional Court’s activities is closely related to the norm development activities of governmental agencies, particularly legislator authorities. This is the reason, based on decisions and rulings of the Constitutional Court tens of legal documents are brought in line with the supreme objectives of the Constitution – indefeasibility of human and citizen rights and freedoms.

According to the Judicial-Legal Reform for 2007-2010 the legislation identified a wide list of entities, which have the right to apply to the Constitutional Courtand even the world’s advanced countries do not have such a list.

Our objective from this initiative, is first and foremost, full elimination of contradictions in the legislation and bringing legal and regulatory documents in line with the country’s Constitution, and further the national legislation in line with advanced international norms on protection of human rights.

With this regard, I would like to emphasize that the state request the entities, which have the right to apply to the Constitutional Court, to have more serious and proactive approach to further improve the country’s legislation.

It is also necessary to further improve the Constitutional Court activities as an integral part of the state and judicial authority regarding the advancement of the state and society, strengthening of democratic principals of the constitutional regime, enhancing importance of protection of citizen and human rights and freedom and aConstitutional Courtess of citizens to court.

Distinguished friends!

In the process of implementation of the Judicial and Legal Reform Program for 2011-2013, new Constitutional Law “On Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan” was developed by taking into aConstitutional Courtount the international experience in terms of activities of this entity, which was passed by the Parliament last year.

This law envisages new provisions aimed at enhancing authorities of the Constitutional Court and its procedural activities, aConstitutional Courtess of subjects of law, first and foremost citizens to constitutional justice as well as protection of citizen and human rights and freedom and we believe that the Constitutional Court activities will be further improved based on this document and it will be implementing its major task, that is ensuring rule and practical implementation of the Constitution for the sake of strengthening of a law-based and democratic state foundation.

The judicial and legal reform is ongoing in the country these days. Judicial and Legal Reform for 2015 -2017 and PoA for its implementation was adopted by the Decree of the country’s President dated January 5, 2015.

There is no doubt that via implementation of this program the tasks of the judiciary will be further improved, the judiciary will be more independent and powerful, its professionalism will enhance, and it will be provided with highly qualified and competent lawyers and relevant measures will be undertaken for professional development of the judiciary staff.

Also, pecuniary and physical infrastructure resources of courts and judges, including their social situation will be improved every year.

Esteemed friends!

The recent years proved the state’s right policy on development of judiciary, including the country’s Constitutional Court in protection of citizen and human rights and freedom, supreme interests of the society and the state in establishment of a really democratic and law-based, social and fair society.

Via the state’s leadership and the Gov active policy legislation on judiciary has been improved, judicial reform programs have been adopted and implemented, and pecuniary and social resources of courts and judges have been improved and the Constitutional Court has been playing a significant role in development of democratic institutions and establishment of a democratic society.

The timebeing requires that the judicial authorities’ activities should meet the interests of citizens, society and state.

The Government will undertake all necessary measures for further improvement of judiciary and its role in the society.

In its turn, the judiciary staff have to work hard, behave honestly and constructively in order to deserve the society’s trust in the judicial sector.

I would like to avail this opportunity and extend my congratulations to all judges and the Constitutional Court staff members, as well as all staff of the country’s judiciary on the oConstitutional Courtasion of the 20th anniversary of the Constitutional Court and will all of them suConstitutional Courtess in implementation of their major task on protection of the Constitution and citizen and human rights and freedom, interests of society and the state.

I also wish good luck to the Conference and our distinguished guests to enjoy their stay in Tajikistan.

Thank you very much indeed for your kind attention!

 

 

 

Participation in the International conference dedicated to the 20th anniversary of formation of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan


International conference dedicated to the 20th Anniversary of formation of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan today under the name of "Constitutional Justice as a Guarantee of supremacy of Constitution” was held at the country’s City residence of the Government with the participation of the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon.
The International conference started by welcoming and opening speech of the Chairman of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan Mahkam Mahmudzoda and then congratulations word was handed over to President of the country Emomali Rahmon.
Head of the State, especially, welcomed the foreign guests and congratulated employees and veterans of the judiciary, particularly the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, on the 20th Anniversary of that historical date.
President Emomali Rahmon, recalling the more than five thousand years of history of the Tajiks, said that despite this, the state independence of the Republic of Tajikistan acquired in late XX century, which in the fate of our people has fueled radical socio-political transformation and change.
The Head of State, recalling the numerous difficulties and harsh conditions of the first years of independence of Tajikistan, said that the declaration of independence for all people and nations is only the beginning of the way and work.
It was noted with satisfaction that over the years the country's leadership, and our glorious nation, and many have experienced severe difficulties young Tajik saved from destruction by sending him on the path of improvement, creation and construction of a modern civilized society.
President Emomali Rahmon noted the key and a very important role of the Constitution and the Constitutional Court in the process of building a democratic, legal, secular, unitary and social Tajikistan.
In the introductory part of the conference were also made speeches by the Vice-President of the European Commission for Democracy through Law of the Council of Europe (Venice Commission), the chairman of the Conference of Constitutional Control Organs of the new democracies, the chairman of the Constitutional Court of Armenia Gagik Harutyunyan, the deputy chairman of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia Anwar Usman and the judge of the Constitutional Court of Russian Federation Nikolay Bondar, Chairman of the Supreme Court of Tajikistan Shermuhammad Shohiyon and First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan Rahmon Ozoda Emomali.
The work of the conference was also attended by the chairmen and judges of the constitutional courts of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, the Republic of Korea, Federal Republic of Germany, the Russian Federation, Romania, Turkey and Uzbekistan, as well as heads and officials of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Tajikistan, deputies of the Parliament, the central leaders and the judges of the judiciary, heads of ministries, departments and other officials.



 

September 17-18, 2015 in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan in Dushanbe the International Conference on "Constitutional Justice as a guarantee of supremacy of the Constitution." with participation of the Tajik President Emomali Rahmon was held.

At the beginning of this international event the Chairman of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan Mahkam Mahmudzoda underlined the vital role of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan and his support to the development of the body of constitutional review, after the opening of the international conference, the word was given to the Head of State.

In his speech, the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon said that the state independence of the Republic of Tajikistan has played a special role in the development and strengthening of the statehood of the Republic of Tajikistan, the adoption of the first Constitution of the independent country, the formation of the government, including the judiciary on the basis of the principle of separate branches of power. The President also noted that the system of government, including the judiciary authority in the form of constitutional review the Constitutional Court indicates the supremacy of the Constitution, its principles and norms in Tajikistan and the need for their protection and praised the work of the Constitutional Court.

The conference was attended by the Vice-President of the Venice Commission for Democracy through Law of the Council of Europe - Ms Herdis Kzherulf, Chairman of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Armenia, Chairman of the Conference of Constitutional Control Organs of the new democracies - Harutyunyan Gagik Garushevich, chairmen and judges of the constitutional courts of the Republic of Belarus, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Korea, Latvia, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Russian Federation, Romania, Turkey, Uzbekistan, heads and representatives of the Program "Promoting rule of law in Central Asian countries", public figures and scholars in constitutional law of foreign countries.

Also, the conference was attended by heads and other officials of the Executive Office of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, committee chairmen and deputies of the Parliament, leaders and judges of the Constitutional Court, Supreme Court, Supreme Economic Court, the General Prosecutor's Office, heads and representatives of ministries and departments, representatives of higher education institutions, prominent scientists, lawyers, and representatives of the media.

During the conference the most important issues related to the Constitution and constitutionalism, the activities of the body of constitutional control for the protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens, the execution of the decisions of the constitutional courts, the place of the Constitutional Court in the judiciary, the constitutional review as a means of ensuring the supremacy of the Constitution, ensuring the constitutionality of legal guarantees human rights and freedoms, and other issues related to constitutional and legal process were discussed.

 

 

 

From 14th to 18th August 2015 with an aim of clarifying the Message of the President of the Tajik Republic to Parliament, of preaching the values of independence and the role of National Unity in strengthening the peace and political stability, and also to enhance the sense of self-awareness among citizens, especially among the youth generation of the country in order to reduce factors that make citizens to bow to extremist and terrorist flow. Also, in order to prevent unnecessary costs during the celebrations and activities, the working group took a trip to Dangara district of Khatlon region.

The working group also included a judge of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan - D. Hoshimzoda.

 

On June 15th -17th, 2015 in Geneva, took place the Eighth Meeting of the Working Group on access to justice, where participated more than thirty representatives of the members of the Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (Aarhus Convention).

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan was presentedin at  this important international event  by a  judge of Constitutional Court, Mr. Hoshimzoda D.D.

Within the framework of  this event, it were discussed the issues concerning to necessity  of  cooperation's development among  judicial  bodies of  States Parties to the Convention in the shpere of implementation of the judicial  justice on matters related to the environment, the creation of  network  cooperation among judicial bodies, as well as were  discussed issues related  to access to justice and information concerning to the environment.

 

On  May 28th, 2015 in  the  Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, under the presidency of the Chairman of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, Mr. Mahmudzoda M. A. was held a hearing by the petition of the General Director of the closed joint-stock company “Babilon-Mobile", Mr. Faizulloev B. H. "On determination of the compliance of paragraph 7 of the provisions on calculation of the cost of goods (works, services) in enterprises and organizations of the Republic of Tajikistan, approved by the resolution of Government of the Republic of Tajikistan from May 12th, 1999 under №210, compliance to articles 12, 32 and 45 of Constitution of the Republic of Tajikistan". In consideration of this issue, the following representatives took part: authorized representatives of Majlisi Oli and the Office of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, representatives of the Ministry of Justice, Supreme Court, Supreme Economic Court, the General Prosecutor's Office, the Council of Justice and as well as the representatives of Tax Committee under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan.

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, having comprehensively considered the submitted petition, and noted that the provision of the guarantee’s realization of freedom of economic and business activity, equality and legal protection of all forms of ownership, including private, as well as the provision’s enforcement of obligation to pay taxes and fees, determined by laws and provided in articles 12, 32 and 45 of Constitution of the Republic of Tajikistan and in other legal normative acts, is considered as one of the most important tasks of the welfare state. The payment of tax into the budget is directed to promotion of political, economic and socio-cultural issues of the state, to the development of various spheres of the national economy and improving of the welfare level of state’s citizens, the execution of which, providing by various legal ways, found its comprehensive regulation in the Tax Code of the Republic of Tajikistan, in laws and in other normative legal acts of the tax sphere.

The resolution on the calculation of the cost of goods (works, services) in enterprises and in organizations of the Republic of Tajikistan as a normative act relates to the system of legal acts of the tax sphere, and is not an act, establishing the taxes or tax liability, and is an act, determining the actual reasonable cost of production (works, services), and from a legal point of view, cannot be explained in another meaning or value. On this bases, by the decision of  Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, the paragraph 7 of the Resolution on calculation of the cost of productions (works, services) in enterprises and in organizations of the Republic of Tajikistan, approved by the decree of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan from May 12th, 1999 under №210, was found to comply with articles 12, 32 and 45 of Constitution of the Republic of Tajikistan.

 

On May 22th, 2015, in the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, under the presidency of the Chairman of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, Mr. Mahmudzoda M. A. was held a hearing by the petition of a citizen, Mrs. F. Mullodjonovoy "On determination of compliance of part 2 of article 197 of the Procedural Code on administrative offences of the Republic of Tajikistan, and their compliance to article 14, paragraph 1 of article 17 and part 1 of article 19 of the Constitution. In consideration of this issue, the following representatives participated - representatives of the Majlisi Namoyandagon of Majlisi Oli (Parliament), the representatives of the Supreme Court, representatives of the General Prosecutor's Office, the Council of Justice, the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, the representatives of the Agency for State control and the fight against corruption, as well as the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Republic of Tajikistan. The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan thoroughly analyzed and considered the petition in relation to the provision of the Constitution, international legal acts and other regulations, as well as in accordance with judicial practice, and notes that in the system of constitutional rights and freedoms of human and citizens, the rights for judicial protection’s guarantee, as well as the right for the honor and dignity of human occupies a special place.

Such guarantee is based on the features of a democratic, legal and social state, that Tajikistan is as such, where a person, his rights and freedoms are recognized as a supreme value at the level of Constitution, and in its turn, is also an essential mean of ensuring of citizens' access to fair justice. In this connection, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan not defined restrictions or limitations of the rights to judicial protection, as well as honor and dignity in the provisions of part 2 of article 197 of Procedural Code on administrative offences of the Republic of Tajikistan, the determination’s compliance of the article 14, paragraph 1 of article 17 and part 1 of article 19 of the Constitution, which was the subject of the dispute on complaint. The norms of part 2 of article 197 of Procedural Code on administrative offences of the Republic of Tajikistan are the general norms, determining renewal base of proceedings on the case of administrative offense in view of newly discovered facts. For this reason, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan recognized the relevant provisions of part 2 of article 197 of Procedural Code on administrative offences of the Republic of Tajikistan, corresponding to article 14, paragraph 1 of article 17 and to part 1 of article 19 of the Constitution.

At the same time, with the aim of further development of the circumstances, which are grounds for resumption of proceeding on the case of administrative offenses, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan considered rational to review by the Majlisi Oli of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan the part 2 of article 197 of Procedural Code on administrative offences of the Republic of Tajikistan.

 

On May 8th, 2015 in honor of the 70th anniversary of Victory Day in the Great Patriotic War, the Chairman of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan, Mr. Mahkam Mahmudzoda and the judge of Constitutional Court, Mrs. Gulzorova M. M. visited the participant of Great Patriotic War, Mr. Rozikov Sh. The Chairman of Constitutional Court,  Mr. Mahkam Mahmudzoda on behalf of the team of Constitutional Court congratulated the veteran-participant of the Great Patriotic War, and wished to him good health and well-being. By the representative of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan was also provided financial assistance to participant of the Great Patriotic War.

 

On   May 5th, 2015, Gulzoda A. A. was appointed Chief of the apparatus of  Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan by decree of the Chairman of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan.

Gulzoda  Abdumadjid  Abdukhamid  born on August 20th, 1981 in Dushanbe city. He  has  tajik  nationality and has higher education. In 2003, he  graduated from the law faculty of the Tajik  National University with specialty of  international lawyer. From 2003 till 2009 years, he worked in the airline of "Tajik Air" as an engineer- declarant, as an engineer of aviation and technical complex and as an engineer for clearance  of customs  cargos. From 2009 till 2010 years, he worked as a legal counsel in the organization of "Law and patronage".  From 2010 till 2015, he worked as a leading specialist for foreign relations and as a head of the general department of state service of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan. He has the rank of counselor of justice of  the 3rd class.

 

On April 17th, 2015 at the first session of Madjlisi milli Madjlisi Oli of the Republic of Tajikistan of the fifth convocation, by the suggestion (or submission) of President of the Republic of Tajikistan, H.E. Mr. Emomali Rahmon,  were made personnel changes into the composition of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan. Thus, by decisions of Madjlisi milli Madjlisi Oli,  Karimzod Karim Maziё  withdrawn from the post of judge of  Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan and elected as a Vice-Chairman of  Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan. Due to reaching of retirement age, Mr. Abdulloev Abdullodjon Abdurahmonovich wothdrawn from the post of judge of  Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan. And Hoshimzoda Davron Dododjon elected for the post of judge of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tajikistan.

 
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