The Constitutional Council of Kazakhstan Officially Become President of AACC for the 2019-2021
03 November 2019

The Constitutional Council of Kazakhstan has officially become the President of the Association of Asian Constitutional Courts and Equivalent Institutions (AACC) for the 2019-2021 term to replace the Malaysian Federal Court. The transfer of the highest leadership of the AACC was carried out in the "Board of Members Meeting" of the Association of Asian Constitutional Courts and Equivalent Institutions (AACC) in Nusa Dua, Bali, on Sunday (3/11/2019).

 

"We are grateful for the confidence of the AACC members who have appointed Kazakhstan to become the President of the AACC. We will try our best to maintain good relations between AACC members. We also thank the Malaysian Alliance Court for carrying out their duties well, "explained the President of the Constitutional Council of Kazakhstan Kairat Mami Abdarazakuly.

 

The appointment of the Constitutional Council of Kazakhstan based on the statutes of the AACC Congress in Solo in 2017. In the statute states that the AACC president's term of office for two years. This transition was made after the "Board of Members Meeting" or BOMM in the morning which discussed a number of issues, including the AACC leadership transition, the addition of new AACC members, and reports of permanent secretaries from Indonesia, South Korea and Turkey.