site.btaConstitutional Court Rejects Request to Declare Unconstitutional Text of Private Security Business Act
The Constitutional Court (CC) rejected the request of the Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) to establish the unconstitutionality of a text of the Private Security Business Act, the CC said on its website Tuesday.
The session was attended by ten constitutional judges and the decision was adopted by eight votes to two.
The CC was addressed by a three-member panel of the SAC. According to the administrative judges, there is a contradiction between the provision, which has become the legal basis for revoking the license of a security company, and the free economic initiative, inviolability of private property, presumption of innocence and right to work guaranteed by the basic law.
According to the wording of the law, a private security business license is denied when the individual registered in the management of the company is charged with a common crime.