Azerbaijan, Baku, Aug. 24 / Trend K.Zarbaliyeva /
Number of individual citizens' complaints and appeals to the Azerbaijani Constitutional Court increased in 2010.
The Constitutional Court will consider eight requests from the district courts in September, Constitutional Court Chairman Farhad Abdullayev told journalists on Tuesday.
These appeals are related to the identification of contradictions in the norms and provisions of the law while consideration of cases in the courts, Abdullayev said. Explaining these provisions, the Constitutional Court shows the court the way-outs when considering a particular case. The Constitutional Court's this decision applies not only to the specific case under consideration, it must be taken into account when considering similar cases by the courts or officials.
The Constitutional Court received private appeals mainly linked with the right to property.
Abdullayev said the problems that existed in connection with the decisions of the Constitutional Court in previous years have been resolved.
"No case of failure of execution of the Constitutional Court's decision and decisions under the relevant legal provisions was observed in 2010, he added.
According to Abdullayev, the Constitutional Court receives on average about 2,000 cases in a year.
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