Constitutional Court Act

Preamble

This Constitutional Court Act shall be an an Imperial Act as outlined in Art. 14.3 of the Imperial Constitution of the Terroristic Empire of Los Quoros in order to set the workings of the Imperial Constitutional Court (ICC) and guarantee the constitutional order.

By virtue of this fact the Head of Quoros, represented by The Emperor, has signed and promulgated this Imperial Act.

Art. 0 | The Imperial Constitutional Court

The Imperial Constitutional Court shall be an authority supervising the constitutional order of The Empire, as well as the highest court within the boundaries of The Empire.

Art. 1 | The Duties of the Imperial Constitutional Court

(0) The ICC shall supervise the constitutional order within The Empire on the basis of the Imperial Constitution and Imperial Acts.

(1) The ICC may check any legislation to pass whether it is in accordance with the Imperial Constitution and Imperial Acts, and be able to declare the specific legislation invalid if found in violation to the Imperial Constitution or Imperial Acts.

(2) The ICC may negate any laws, directives and action that it finds in violation to the Imperial Constitution or Imperial Acts.

(3) The ICC may declare any organization as unconstitutional if it finds it in violation to the Imperial Constitution or Imperial Acts.

(4) The ICC shall act as aforesaid if it deems an action necessary, or if it was requested to do so by a tenth of ALQ, a majority within the Head of Quoros or by The Emperor.

(5) Regardless of that, any Quoran shall be able to request the ICC to act, if basic rights are affected.

(6) The ICC may refuse requests if it deems it unclear or unfounded.

Art. 2 | The Members of the ICC

The Members of the ICC shall be impartial, and only bound to the Imperial Constitution and Imperial Acts for their rulings.

Art. 3 | Appointment of Members of the ICC

(0) The Members of the ICC shall be suggested to ALQ by the Head of Quoros.

(1) Each suggested member shall be voted on in the ALQ and shall require the approval of a simple majority to be appointed as a Member of the ICC.

(2) Suggested members shall be older than 40 and not older than 65 years of age.

Art. 4 | Term of Membership

(0) Each Member of ICC shall serve for ten years upon being appointed.

(1) His term may be curtailed if the Member of ICC is invalid due to a life-threatening event or mental disability.

Art. 5 | Amount of Members

The amount of members shall be an odd number. In general, it shall be greater or equal to three. In case the population count within The Empire exceeds a thousand, it shall be greater or equal to seven.

Art. 6 | Votes

(0) The rulings of the ICC shall require a vote within the ICC for it to be binding.

(1) Votes shall pass with a simple majority.

(2) The ruling shall be binding once it passed above provisions and made public.

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