on January 23, and 24, 2020

The president of the constitutional council Kamel Feniche accompanied with a member of the council will make an official visit to Luanda, in republic of Angola, to participate in the 12th session of the Executive Bureau of the Conference of Constitutional jurisdictions of Africa (CCJA), which will take place on January 23, and 24, 2020 in the capital of Angola.

This 12th session of the Executive Bureau of the continental organization on constitutional justice will have to examine and debate several points on the agenda, particularly the proposals to amend the status of the (CCJA), which is initiated by Algeria.

These proposals will mainly focuses on the creation of a Permanent Advisory Commission, as an advisory body of the CCJA, which works to issue an advisory opinion on any constitutional and/or legislative questions at the request of African states or by the Constitutional jurisdictions, as well as participation of the (CCJA) in electoral observation missions of the African Union and in outside of Africa.

Moveover of these two proposals, the Bureau will have to examine the nature of the relationship between the CCJA and the African Union.

On this occasion,the president of the constitutional council will also have discussions with his current counterparts in Luanda.

It is to remind that the CCJA has currently forty-five (45) African constitutional court members, and (3) three non-African observer members, namely: constitutional Courts of Brazil, the Russian Federation and Turkey.it was created in 2011 by decision of the African Union, on the proposal of Algeria in which legal seat in Algiers and Algeria is a member of the Executive Bureau of the Conference as a quality of A State Headquarter.

 

 

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