The Constitutional Court held public pleadings for the power dispute trial in July

Schedule notice to the People’s Power, the Speaker of the National Assembly, and the Prosecutor’s Office… Two cases of constitutional complaints by faculty groups and citizens are dismissed

In July, a public hearing will be held in the case of a power dispute adjudication brought to the Constitutional Court by the People’s Power in protest against the Democratic Party’s enforcement of the ‘completely deprived of the prosecution’s investigative authority’ legislation.

According to the legal circles on the 19th, the Constitutional Court set the public hearing date for the case of the ‘completed inspection’ at 2:00 pm on the 12th of July.

The Constitutional Court recently notified the petitioners, Rep. Sang-beom Yoo and Joo-hye Jeon of the People’s Power, and the respondent, National Assembly Speaker Park Byeong-seok, and the National Assembly Legislation and Judiciary Committee Chairperson Park Gwang-on of the scheduled pleadings.

A notice was also sent to interested parties, Minister of Justice Han Dong-hoon and the Prosecutor General.

The Constitutional Court Act stipulates that, unlike constitutional complaints, which are based on written hearings, adjudication on competence disputes is conducted through oral arguments.

The prosecution, which is preparing to file a claim for a power dispute trial after the launch of ‘Dong-Hoon Han’s Ministry of Justice, plans to form a task force (TF) soon after consultation with the Ministry of Justice and submit a claim to the Constitutional Court.

If the prosecution’s request is made early, the Constitutional Court may merge the two cases and hold public pleadings together.

On the 27th of last month, the People’s Power applied for an injunction against the Speaker of the National Assembly and the Chairman of the Legislative and Judiciary Committee to ban the introduction of the “Complete Inspection” bill to the plenary session, and two days later, it filed a request for a trial on authority disputes.

The intention is that the right to deliberation and voting of members of the National Assembly was infringed by the ‘trick’ legislation that violated the due process.

In addition to the power dispute adjudication issued by the people, a total of six constitutional complaints were filed with the Constitutional Court regarding the ‘completed inspection’.

Among them, the Constitutional Court recently decided to dismiss two constitutional complaints from the ‘National Professors’ Meeting for Social Justice’ (Kyo-mo Jeong) and Citizen A through preliminary examination.

Dismissal is a procedure to close the case without adjudging the legal issues related to the claim in cases where the claim does not meet the proper requirements or is deemed to have no merit to judge.

The Constitutional Court judged that the requirements for litigation were not met because the claims of Jeong-mo and Mrs.

/yunhap news

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