Conference of European Constitutional Courts (CECC)
Conférence des cours constitutionnelles européennes
Konferenz der Europäischen Verfassungsgerichte
Conferentie van Europese Grondwettelijke Hoven
1972 Dubrovnik Yugoslavia
1972, Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia), by the constitutional courts of Austria, Germany, Italy and Yugoslavia.
Promote the exchange of information on the working methods and constitutional case-law of member courts together with the exchange of opinions on institutional, structural and operational issues as regards public-law and constitutional jurisdiction; enhance the independence of constitutional courts as an essential factor in guaranteeing and implementing democracy and the rule of law, in particular with a view to securing protection of human rights.
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