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When appointing judges to the Constitutional Court, the votes received should also be taken into account, says Blanner



Blanar said he was curious about how Kapputova would proceed. "For example, whether to name someone who won 68 votes to the disadvantage of a candidate with the most votes," he said. "If someone wins 110 votes, that's a great power, I think the President should respect that," he added. First Vice President of the CIS Jaroslav Pacha thinks the president and her advisers will set their own criteria according to which she decides.

"That's right," he said. According to Boris Kolar, the leader of the "We Are Family" movement, the number of candidate votes is a parameter that can be taken into account, but that should certainly not be a condition for Shaput's decision. "Maybe he has other information from us and will eventually appreciate that even the one who received less votes than parliamentarians is a more suitable candidate for human appointment." he pointed out.

The unrelated MP and deputy chairman of the TOTAL Civic Democracy party, Joseph Mihal, said lawmakers have nothing to suggest to the president in the media he should consider. "Since she does not tell me how I should vote in parliament, I will not tell her how to continue exercising my constitutional authority," he said.


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