The Constitutional Court admitted the seven questions of the referendum and began its analysis
The referendum proposed by the Government starts walking. Yesterday the Commission of Admission of the Constitutional Court (CC) took the first step.
Judges Wendy Molina, Ruth Seni and Tatiana Ordeñana, accepted the seven questions proposed by President Lenin Moreno for a preliminary ruling.
The judges noted that the approaches met the requirements for their submission and proceeded to admit them. The session lasted several hours.
Whats Next? Under the Constitutional Guarantees Law, the Executive’s proposal will go to the Sorting Room. There, it will be known which of the nine judges that make up the Plenary will study whether the questions are constitutional or not.
The constitutional judge must prepare a report in which he arguably points out whether or not the questions are constitutional or not. The document will be sent to the plenary for approval. (I)