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The Compromise Constitutional Court Ruling

Monday, December 6, 2021

The Constitutional Court ruled that the Job Creation Law is unconstitutional but ‘constitutional’. The ruling is riddled with compromises and intervention.

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The Compromise Constitutional Court Ruling. tempo : 172148241144.

THE ruling by the Constitutional Court that the Job Creation Law is conditionally unconstitutional is ambiguous and could lead to legal uncertainty. This is dangerous since all Constitutional Court rulings should have removed potential ambiguity and uncertainty.

In its ruling, the court took the view that the Job Creation Law was a violation of the 1945 Constitution because the deliberations of this draft omnibus law were not

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