International cooperation of the Constitutional Court
of the Republic of Belarus
1. The Constitutional Court is one of the founders of the Eurasian Association of constitutional review bodies (founded in 1997), whose members include the constitutional review bodies of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The Constitutional Court of Kazakhstan has chaired the Eurasian Association since 2018.
Annually under the auspices of the EACRB international conferences on various constitutional and legal issues are held with the participation of representatives of the Constitutional Court making plenary reports. The most important decisions of the Constitutional Court are published in the Bulletin of the Eurasian Association on a regular basis.
2. Since September 2011 the Constitutional Court is a member of the World Conference on the Constitutional Justice.
The WCCJ unites more than 120 constitutional courts and bodies of equal jurisdiction from all over the world promoting constitutional review as a key element for democracy, the protection of human rights and the rule of law.
The Constitutional Court takes active participation in regular congresses of the WCCJ and prepares national reports on their topics. This cooperation enables the Court to take into account the world’s experience in the field of constitutional review, to receive relevant and objective information about ongoing processes in the constitutional and legal sphere in various states of the world.
3. The Constitutional Court is cooperating bilaterally with the constitutional review bodies of foreign states (participation in international conferences, conclusion of memorandums of cooperation, exchange of visits, exchange of printed materials), All this contributes to operational exchange of experience in the field of constitutional justice, development of relations and professional interaction.