Constitutional Court finds no conflicts in 2 recently enacted laws

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During its session on September 4, the Constitutional Court of Mongolia has ruled that some provisions of the Law on Administrative Proceedings and the Law on Investigation and Resolution of Violations do not violate the Constitution of Mongolia.

In particular, Article 3.1.11 of the Law on Administrative Proceedings and Article 2.1 of the Law on Investigation and Resolution of Violations, regulating the issuance of a prosecutor’s opinion and objection, were considered a violation of Article 38.1, Article 47.1 and Article 55.1 of the Constitution of Mongolia. However, the Constitutional Court concluded that there were no grounds to
consider the article a violation.

In addition, the Constitutional Court has issued a ruling dismissing complaint regarding violation in the dispute resolution process and ruled that Article 2.1.1, Article 7.6.1 and Article 8 of the Law on Investigation and Resolution of Violations do not violate Article 14.1 and Article 48.1 of the Constitution, and they considered that it is related to the improvement of legislation, the
broadening of classification of legal violations and disputes, and the improvement of the coherence between the provisions of the law.

Misheel Lkhasuren

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