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From Article 22 of the Constitution there follows, inter alia, the prohibition of judicial arbitrariness. According to the established constitutional case law, this constitutional procedural safeguard is also violated when a court decision is manifestly erroneous. The position of both courts that Romania provided appropriate guarantees that after the complainant's surrender to Romania he would be tried again is manifestly erroneous and entails a violation of the right determined by Article 22 of the Constitution.
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Type of procedure:
constitutional complaint
Type of act:
individual act
Vito Groznik, Litija
Date of application:
8. 5. 2019
Date of Decision:
4. 7. 2019
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Outcome of proceedings:
annulment or annulment ab initio

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All decisions the Constitutional Court adopted since independence of Slovenia, with the exception of orders rejecting constitutional complaints or not accepting them for consideration on the merits that contain as reasoning only the reference to the statutory basis of the decision and the composition of the panel of the Constitutional Court (the fourth paragraph of Article 55c of the Constitutional Court Act), are published on this website.

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