Procedures of appeal to the Constitutional Chamber

The following persons or entities are entitled with the right to appeal to the Constitutional Chamber on declaring laws and other normative legal acts unconstitutional:

1) private individual (persons) or a legal entity (entities);

2) Jogorku Kenesh (the Parliament);

3) a faction (factions) of the Jogorku Kenesh;

4) the President;

5) the Government;

6) the Prime Minister;

7) a judge (judges) of the Kyrgyz Republic;

8) bodies of local self-governance;

9) the General Prosecutor;

10) the Akyikatchy (the Ombudsman).

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Requirements to the content of appeals to the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Art.25, 26 of the Constitutional Law “On Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic”

- An appeal to the Constitutional Chamber is submitted in written form
– Appeals as well as materials attached thereto are submitted in the state or the official language
– The appeal should contain the following information:
1) the name of the Constitutional Chamber;
2) the name, address and other necessary information of the appellant;
3) the name, address and other necessary information of the representative of the appellant and his / her powers, except the cases of ex officio representation;
4) the name and address of a state agency or official who signed or issued a normative legal act, the constitutionality of which should be verified;
5) provisions of the Constitution and the Constitutional Law justifying the appeal to the Constitutional Chamber;
6) the circumstances which the party uses for its appeal and evidence confirming the fact stated by the party;
7) detailed title, number, date of adoption, sources of publication as well as other requisites of the challenged normative act;
8) concrete grounds for the review of appeal as stated in the Constitutional Law;
9) position of the appellant on the issue posed and the legal justification with reference to the relevant provisions of the Constitution;
10) appeal to the Constitutional Chamber in relation to the representation, petition or request thereto;
11) list of documents attached.

- If necessary, the appeal may have an attachment with the list of persons to be summoned to attend the proceedings of the Constitutional Chamber and their addresses, as well as other documents and materials can be also attached.

- The following documents must be attached to the appeal:
1) The copy of the text of the normative legal act, the constitutionality of which is challenged in whole or in part by the appellant;
2) Power of attorney or any document confirming the authority of the representative except for cases of ex officio representation..

Subjects of appeal to the Constitutional Chamber
Types of petitions

individual and legal entities Petition
Jogorku Kenesh (the Parliament);
a faction (factions) of the Jogorku Kenesh;
The President;
The Government;
The Prime Minister;
Local self-governance bodies;
The General Prosecutor;
The Akyikatchy (the Ombudsman).
Representation
A judge (judges) of the Kyrgyz Republic Request

PROCEDURES AND DEADLINES FOR THE REVIEW OF AN APPEAL

The petition received by the Chairman of the Constitutional Chamber shall hand over the appeal to the panel of judges.

The panel of judges shall make one of the following decisions within 30 working days:

- The ruling on acceptance of the appeal for proceedings
– The ruling on refusal to accept the appeal for proceedings

The ruling can be appealed against in the Constitutional Chamber

The Constitutional Chamber honors the appeal and cancels the ruling of the panel of judges
The Constitutional Chamber rejects the complaint

The Constitutional Chamber shall review the appeal accepted for proceedings and adjudicates within 5 months since the date of acceptance of the appeal for proceedings

An appeal is subject to review in open court session of the Constitutional Chamber

The following persons or entities are entitled with the right to appeal to the Constitutional Chamber on declaring laws and other normative legal acts unconstitutional:

1) private individual (persons) or a legal entity (entities);

2) Jogorku Kenesh (the Parliament);

3) a faction (factions) of the Jogorku Kenesh;

4) the President;

5) the Government;

6) the Prime Minister;

7) a judge (judges) of the Kyrgyz Republic;

8) bodies of local self-governance;

9) the General Prosecutor;

10) the Akyikatchy (the Ombudsman).

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Requirements to the content of appeals to the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Art.25, 26 of the Constitutional Law “On Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic”

- An appeal to the Constitutional Chamber is submitted in written form
– Appeals as well as materials attached thereto are submitted in the state or the official language
– The appeal should contain the following information:
1) the name of the Constitutional Chamber;
2) the name, address and other necessary information of the appellant;
3) the name, address and other necessary information of the representative of the appellant and his / her powers, except the cases of ex officio representation;
4) the name and address of a state agency or official who signed or issued a normative legal act, the constitutionality of which should be verified;
5) provisions of the Constitution and the Constitutional Law justifying the appeal to the Constitutional Chamber;
6) the circumstances which the party uses for its appeal and evidence confirming the fact stated by the party;
7) detailed title, number, date of adoption, sources of publication as well as other requisites of the challenged normative act;
8) concrete grounds for the review of appeal as stated in the Constitutional Law;
9) position of the appellant on the issue posed and the legal justification with reference to the relevant provisions of the Constitution;
10) appeal to the Constitutional Chamber in relation to the representation, petition or request thereto;
11) list of documents attached.

- If necessary, the appeal may have an attachment with the list of persons to be summoned to attend the proceedings of the Constitutional Chamber and their addresses, as well as other documents and materials can be also attached.

- The following documents must be attached to the appeal:
1) The copy of the text of the normative legal act, the constitutionality of which is challenged in whole or in part by the appellant;
2) Power of attorney or any document confirming the authority of the representative except for cases of ex officio representation..

Subjects of appeal to the Constitutional Chamber
Types of petitions

individual and legal entities Petition
Jogorku Kenesh (the Parliament);
a faction (factions) of the Jogorku Kenesh;
The President;
The Government;
The Prime Minister;
Local self-governance bodies;
The General Prosecutor;
The Akyikatchy (the Ombudsman).
Representation
A judge (judges) of the Kyrgyz Republic Request

PROCEDURES AND DEADLINES FOR THE REVIEW OF AN APPEAL

The petition received by the Chairman of the Constitutional Chamber shall hand over the appeal to the panel of judges.

The panel of judges shall make one of the following decisions within 30 working days:

- The ruling on acceptance of the appeal for proceedings
– The ruling on refusal to accept the appeal for proceedings

The ruling can be appealed against in the Constitutional Chamber

The Constitutional Chamber honors the appeal and cancels the ruling of the panel of judges
The Constitutional Chamber rejects the complaint

The Constitutional Chamber shall review the appeal accepted for proceedings and adjudicates within 5 months since the date of acceptance of the appeal for proceedings

An appeal is subject to review in open court session of the Constitutional Chamber

The following persons or entities are entitled with the right to appeal to the Constitutional Chamber on declaring laws and other normative legal acts unconstitutional:

1) private individual (persons) or a legal entity (entities);

2) Jogorku Kenesh (the Parliament);

3) a faction (factions) of the Jogorku Kenesh;

4) the President;

5) the Government;

6) the Prime Minister;

7) a judge (judges) of the Kyrgyz Republic;

8) bodies of local self-governance;

9) the General Prosecutor;

10) the Akyikatchy (the Ombudsman).

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Requirements to the content of appeals to the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Art.25, 26 of the Constitutional Law “On Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic”

- An appeal to the Constitutional Chamber is submitted in written form
– Appeals as well as materials attached thereto are submitted in the state or the official language
– The appeal should contain the following information:
1) the name of the Constitutional Chamber;
2) the name, address and other necessary information of the appellant;
3) the name, address and other necessary information of the representative of the appellant and his / her powers, except the cases of ex officio representation;
4) the name and address of a state agency or official who signed or issued a normative legal act, the constitutionality of which should be verified;
5) provisions of the Constitution and the Constitutional Law justifying the appeal to the Constitutional Chamber;
6) the circumstances which the party uses for its appeal and evidence confirming the fact stated by the party;
7) detailed title, number, date of adoption, sources of publication as well as other requisites of the challenged normative act;
8) concrete grounds for the review of appeal as stated in the Constitutional Law;
9) position of the appellant on the issue posed and the legal justification with reference to the relevant provisions of the Constitution;
10) appeal to the Constitutional Chamber in relation to the representation, petition or request thereto;
11) list of documents attached.

- If necessary, the appeal may have an attachment with the list of persons to be summoned to attend the proceedings of the Constitutional Chamber and their addresses, as well as other documents and materials can be also attached.

- The following documents must be attached to the appeal:
1) The copy of the text of the normative legal act, the constitutionality of which is challenged in whole or in part by the appellant;
2) Power of attorney or any document confirming the authority of the representative except for cases of ex officio representation..

Subjects of appeal to the Constitutional Chamber
Types of petitions

individual and legal entities Petition
Jogorku Kenesh (the Parliament);
a faction (factions) of the Jogorku Kenesh;
The President;
The Government;
The Prime Minister;
Local self-governance bodies;
The General Prosecutor;
The Akyikatchy (the Ombudsman).
Representation
A judge (judges) of the Kyrgyz Republic Request

PROCEDURES AND DEADLINES FOR THE REVIEW OF AN APPEAL

The petition received by the Chairman of the Constitutional Chamber shall hand over the appeal to the panel of judges.

The panel of judges shall make one of the following decisions within 30 working days:

- The ruling on acceptance of the appeal for proceedings
– The ruling on refusal to accept the appeal for proceedings

The ruling can be appealed against in the Constitutional Chamber

The Constitutional Chamber honors the appeal and cancels the ruling of the panel of judges
The Constitutional Chamber rejects the complaint

The Constitutional Chamber shall review the appeal accepted for proceedings and adjudicates within 5 months since the date of acceptance of the appeal for proceedings

An appeal is subject to review in open court session of the Constitutional Chamber

The following persons or entities are entitled with the right to appeal to the Constitutional Chamber on declaring laws and other normative legal acts unconstitutional:

1) private individual (persons) or a legal entity (entities);

2) Jogorku Kenesh (the Parliament);

3) a faction (factions) of the Jogorku Kenesh;

4) the President;

5) the Government;

6) the Prime Minister;

7) a judge (judges) of the Kyrgyz Republic;

8) bodies of local self-governance;

9) the General Prosecutor;

10) the Akyikatchy (the Ombudsman).

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Requirements to the content of appeals to the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Art.25, 26 of the Constitutional Law “On Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic”

- An appeal to the Constitutional Chamber is submitted in written form
– Appeals as well as materials attached thereto are submitted in the state or the official language
– The appeal should contain the following information:
1) the name of the Constitutional Chamber;
2) the name, address and other necessary information of the appellant;
3) the name, address and other necessary information of the representative of the appellant and his / her powers, except the cases of ex officio representation;
4) the name and address of a state agency or official who signed or issued a normative legal act, the constitutionality of which should be verified;
5) provisions of the Constitution and the Constitutional Law justifying the appeal to the Constitutional Chamber;
6) the circumstances which the party uses for its appeal and evidence confirming the fact stated by the party;
7) detailed title, number, date of adoption, sources of publication as well as other requisites of the challenged normative act;
8) concrete grounds for the review of appeal as stated in the Constitutional Law;
9) position of the appellant on the issue posed and the legal justification with reference to the relevant provisions of the Constitution;
10) appeal to the Constitutional Chamber in relation to the representation, petition or request thereto;
11) list of documents attached.

- If necessary, the appeal may have an attachment with the list of persons to be summoned to attend the proceedings of the Constitutional Chamber and their addresses, as well as other documents and materials can be also attached.

- The following documents must be attached to the appeal:
1) The copy of the text of the normative legal act, the constitutionality of which is challenged in whole or in part by the appellant;
2) Power of attorney or any document confirming the authority of the representative except for cases of ex officio representation..

Subjects of appeal to the Constitutional Chamber
Types of petitions

individual and legal entities Petition
Jogorku Kenesh (the Parliament);
a faction (factions) of the Jogorku Kenesh;
The President;
The Government;
The Prime Minister;
Local self-governance bodies;
The General Prosecutor;
The Akyikatchy (the Ombudsman).
Representation
A judge (judges) of the Kyrgyz Republic Request

PROCEDURES AND DEADLINES FOR THE REVIEW OF AN APPEAL

The petition received by the Chairman of the Constitutional Chamber shall hand over the appeal to the panel of judges.

The panel of judges shall make one of the following decisions within 30 working days:

- The ruling on acceptance of the appeal for proceedings
– The ruling on refusal to accept the appeal for proceedings

The ruling can be appealed against in the Constitutional Chamber

The Constitutional Chamber honors the appeal and cancels the ruling of the panel of judges
The Constitutional Chamber rejects the complaint

The Constitutional Chamber shall review the appeal accepted for proceedings and adjudicates within 5 months since the date of acceptance of the appeal for proceedings

An appeal is subject to review in open court session of the Constitutional Chamber