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Declaration on the constitutionality of International Treaties


 
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The Government or any House of Parliament may request the Constitutional Court to rule on the existence or non-existence of a conflict between the Constitution and the provisions of an international treaty, the text of which was been finally fixed, but the consent of the State had not yet been provided.

The Constitutional Court, after receiving the request, must summon the applicant and the other standing bodies so that within a month they shall express their informed opinion on the matter.

Concluido el anterior trámite, el Tribunal emitirá su declaración que tiene carácter vinculante.

Having completed this process, the Court will issue its binding statement. At any time during the proceedings, the Court may ask the bodies entitled to promote the Declaration or other natural or legal persons or other organs of the State and the Autonomous Communities, any allegations, amplifications or clarifications deemed necessary.

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