The Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional the decision of the Parliament to exclude the Attorney General and the Assistant Attorney General from the process of managing the finding regarding the naturalizations.
As Attorney General George Savvidis states in a post on social media, the decision of the Parliament to check him and the Assistant Attorney General Savva Angelidis is considered ” unconstitutional, invalid from the beginning without any absolutely legal effect “.
As he notes, the decision was unanimous.
On April 22, the Plenary Session of the Parliament by a majority approved a draft decision of AKEL, DIKO, Ecologists and Solidarity, requesting that the Attorney General and the Assistant Attorney General be excluded from the evaluation of the interim conclusion of the Investigative Committee. of the incompatibility they claim exists against them because they had served as government ministers during the period when naturalization decisions were made.
Subsequently, the Attorney General, George Savvidis, requested the annulment of the decision of the Parliament in relation to the naturalizations and the interim conclusion, by appealing to the Supreme Court, characterizing it, among other things, as offensive.
Specifically, the appeal was registered on April 28 and according to the information that “F” had, it calls on the Court to annul the decision of the Parliament and to make it without legal effect, as, as Mr. Savvidis argued, it conflicts with the Constitution, the Principle of Discrimination of Powers, the law on Research Committees, as well as European Law.