The meeting was held as a part of the initiative of the Constitutional Court of BiH towards institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina which, within its constitutional jurisdictions and obligations, have or may have influence to secure better working conditions and functioning of the Constitutional Court of BiH.
At this working meeting, the parties discussed current issues of significance for the functioning of the Constitutional Court of BiH and the necessity and possibilities of the Council of Ministers to, within its jurisdiction, becomes more involved and assist in resolving these issues.
The particular attention was given to the issues of enforcement of decisions of the Constitutional Court of BiH as well as issues connected to the financial and administrative independence of Constitutional Court of BiH, work conditions and work space used by the Constitutional Court of BiH and some safety aspects.
The aim of the meeting was finding of the effective solution for the specific issues in order to fully implement the constitutional position of the Constitutional Court of BiH as defined by Article VI of the Constitution of BiH and Rules of the Constitutional Court.
Chairman Zvizdic emphasized that the Constitutional Court of BiH is a guardian of the Constitution of BiH and it must be given all necessary support in carrying out its functions. He reiterated that failure to enforce decisions of the Court is a serious problem and that a way for enforcement of its decision must be found.
Delegations of the Constitutional Court of BiH and Council of Ministers agreed that the resolution of, at least, key issues and problems they have discussed on this occasion will contribute to exercising of constitutionality and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms in Bosnia and Herzegovina.