The Constitutional Tribunal of the Union
In the 1947 Constitution, the Supreme Court decided upon constitutional disputes and interpreted the constitution (subject to article 151). In the 1974 Constitution, only the Pyithu Hluttaw (House of Representatives) had the power of interpretation (according to article 200 and 201).
The National Convention was held in 16th September, 1993. It agreed on 104 basic principles to be included in the formation of new constitution. All representatives in this Convention agreed to the following basic principles concerning with the establishment of a Constitutional Tribunal -
MEMBER of the Union Constitutional Tribunal Dr Malar Aung participated online yesterday in the Asian Association of Constitutional Courts and Equivalent Organizations (AACC) Board Member States Meeting and International Symposium, hosted by the Constitutional Court of Mongolia.
Chief Justices and chairs from 20 AACC member countries attended the meeting of the member countries of the board.
The Seminar was held at the meeting hall of the Constitutional Tribunal of the Union in Nay Pyi Taw, at 9:30 AM on 27 April, 2023. Deputy Director, Dr. Cho Mar Htay and Deputy Staff Officer , Daw Yin Myo Win presented the research paper on “Constitution Court of Palestine”.
Myanmar Constitutions, other Countries' Constitutions, Laws from 1955 to till date, Burma Code Volume 1 to 13 can be read and downloaded in Online Law Library of the Constitutional Tribunal of the Union.