Court News

The provision of the Code of Civil Procedure that, in a civil case, an appeal must be drawn up by a lawyer declared unconstitutional


The provision of the Seimas resolution whereby voting in a mandatory referendum on amending Article 12 of the Constitution is to take place on two days with a break of two weeks and certain provisions of the Law on Referendums ruled unconstitutional


A refusal to issue a temporary residence permit in Lithuania to a spouse or partner may not be based solely on the gender identity and/or sexual orientation of a foreign national


The limitation established in the Law on Electricity on extending the time limit of the validity of an authorisation to develop the capacity of electricity generation from renewable energy sources declared unconstitutional


The provisions of the Law on Sickness and Maternity Social Insurance under which sportswomen have no right to a maternity benefit declared unconstitutional


Other News

At an international conference in Riga, the President of the Constitutional Court is speaking on the issue of the legal grounds for the responsibility of Russia for the Soviet occupation of the Baltic States


Dainius Žalimas: the possibilities of making use of the advanced European means of defending constitutional rights have been opened up for Lithuanian people


The Constitutional Court has taken over the presidency of the Association of Constitutional Justice of the Countries of the Baltic and Black Sea Regions


Justices from the Constitutional Courts of Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, the Republic of Lithuania, and Ukraine will examine the threats to a state under the rule of law in the context of regional challenges


Dainius Žalimas: The strength of the BBCJ comes from a real commitment to the rule of law and freedom, as well as from solidarity and support for the countries’ strategic aspirations



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Lithuania’s Independence Acts


4th Congress of the WCCJ