The Constitutional Court is hereby announcing that pursuant to Article VI(1) of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Article 99 of the Rules of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the term of office of the international Judge of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Honourable Margarita Tsatsa-Nikolovska, ended on 28 November 2020. She turned 70 on that date. Judges of the Constitutional Court serve until age 70.
The Honourable Judge Tsatsa-Nikolovska has made an exceptional contribution to the work of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina during her term of office as a judge at the Constitutional Court.
His Excellency, Igor Kalabuhov, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Bosnia and Herzegovina, visited the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 23 November 2021
On 18 November 2021, the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina signed a Memorandum on Cooperation with the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HJPC BiH)
Fifth Annual Conference of the Highest Courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina within Judicial Forum in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Fifth Annual Conference of the Judicial Forum for Bosnia and Herzegovina was opened today in Mostar
Visit of the Ambassador - Chairman of the Arbitration Tribunal for the Dispute on the Inter-Entity Boundary Line in the Brčko Area and the First Deputy HR and BD Supervisor
On 12 November 2021, his Excellency John Clint Williamson, Ambassador-Chairman of the Arbitral Tribunal for the Inter-Entity Boundary Line Dispute in the Brčko Area, and Michael Scanlan, First Deputy High Representative and Supervisor for the Brčko District and associates visited the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina
On 10 November 2021, President Tadić visited the University in Zenica. President Tadić met with Mr. Jusuf Duraković, the Rector of the University and Mrs. Larisa Velić, the Zenica University Senate Chair and Dean of the Law School of the University in Zenica.