AACC’s 9th International Summer School Discusses Execution of Constitutional Court Decisions
08 September 2021

The Constitutional Court (MK) of the Republic of Turkey as the Center for Training and Human Resources Development (CTHRD) of the Association of Asian Constitutional Courts and Equivalent Institutions (AACC) organized The 9th International Summer School on September 7-8, 2021 on “Current Problems in Execution of Judgments: Constitutional Justice.”


The virtual program was officially opened by the President of the Constitutional Court of Turkey Zühtü Arslan on Tuesday afternoon in Indonesian Time, September 7, 2021. Within the scope of the 9th International Summer School activities, thematic discussions, moderated by  Deputy Secretary General of the Turkish Constitutional Court, were held.


The participants shared the challenges and cases in relation to the execution of the decisions of the constitutional review bodies that are affiliated with the AACC. Two researchers of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia (MKRI), Ananthia Ayu Devitasari and Muhammad Reza Winata, participated in the program. Aside from discussing and sharing about various cases, they also delivered a presentation on “The Binding Force of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia’s Decisions: Key Issues and Future Challenges.”


During the summer school, reports were also made by representatives of the delegation of the Council of Europe, Azerbaijan, Albania, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Cameroon, Korea, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Russia, Romania, North Macedonia, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Montenegro, Uzbekistan, Ukraine.