Constitutional Court judges on Wednesday reviewed the draft organic law on MP election, particularly the provision banning voters, who had failed to cast their votes at earlier elections, from voting at the next poll and from holding any local political office for two years.
The judges were to rule if any conditions in this provision might have violated the current Constitution by limiting voters’ rights.
They also looked at the provision about assistance for voters with disabilities or who are elderly.
After their deliberations, the Constitutional Court judges reached a unanimous vote to rule that both provisions are not in violation of the current charter.
The Constitutional Court will continue working on other issues in question before delivering the ruling on June 5.