Rules of Procedure of the Constitutional Court Of Latvia

The Rules of Procedure of the Constitutional Court (hereinafter – Rules of Procedure) in accordance with Constitutional Court Law (hereinafter – the Law) shall define the structure of the Constitutional Court, organisation of its work and the status of the Justice of the Constitutional Court (hereinafter – Justice), as well as the procedure for initiating and reviewing disciplinary cases.

Latvia Constitutional Court Law-1996

) The Constitutional Court shall be an independent judicial authority which within the jurisdiction specified in the Constitution of the Republic of Latvia (hereinafter – the Constitution) and in this Law, shall adjudicate matters regarding the conformity of laws and other regulatory enactments with the Constitution, as well as other matters regarding which jurisdiction is conferred upon it by this Law.

Constitution of the Republic of Latvia

The State of Latvia, proclaimed on 18 November 1918, has been established by uniting historical Latvian lands and on the basis of the unwavering will of the Latvian nation to have its own State and its inalienable right of self-determination in order to guarantee the existence and development of the Latvian nation, its language and culture throughout the centuries, to ensure freedom and promote welfare of the people of Latvia and each individual.

Latvian National Armed Forces Law

The Commander of the National Armed Forces shall approve the by-laws of regular forces of the National Armed Forces. The commanders of the units of regular forces of the National Armed Forces shall approve the by-laws of the units subordinate thereto. The Constitution of the National Defence Academy of Latvia shall be approved in accordance with the Law on Institutions of Higher Education.