Attaching particular importance to the active involvement of the Republic of Armenia in the activities of the International Organization of La Francophonie, the Constitutional Court has obtained a membership of the Association of Francophone Constitutional Courts since October 2021, becoming the 46thfull member of the Association and the first institution administering constitutional justice in the South Caucasus to possess the membership in the given prestigious association.
The Association of Francophone Constitutional Courts was established in 1997 to strengthen the ties between the Francophone countriesand as of now the Association brings together about 50 constitutional courts and equivalent institutions in Africa, Europe, America and Asia. The Association has anaim to promote the concept of the rule of law state, to contribute to the exchange of best practices among the members of the Association and to facilitate the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms.
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