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DOCUMENT

Resolution of the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic

The Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic in Košice, in a council composed of Chairman JUDr. Tibor Šafárik and members JUDr. Ján Klučka and JUDr. Viera Mrázová, at a closed-door session on June 28, 1999 after discussing the proposal of a group of 37 parliamentary deputies, represented by Tibor Cabaj [HZDS], that the court give an interpretation of Article 102, paragraph 1, subsection i) of the Constitution of the Slovak Republic, renders the following

The Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic in Košice, in a council composed of Chairman JUDr. Tibor Šafárik and members JUDr. Ján Klučka and JUDr. Viera Mrázová, at a closed-door session on June 28, 1999 after discussing the proposal of a group of 37 parliamentary deputies, represented by Tibor Cabaj [HZDS], that the court give an interpretation of Article 102, paragraph 1, subsection i) of the Constitution of the Slovak Republic, renders the following

VERDICT

The right of the President of the Slovak Republic, as set out in Article 102, paragraph 1, subsection I) of the Constitution of the Slovak Republic, is to extend amnesty in one of the manners provided for in the above article.

This right does not include the power to change in any way the decision on amnesty already published in the Law Collection of the Slovak Republic.

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