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Its powers are set out in Articles — of the Constitution and the Law of the Judicial Organ Law , promulgated on 24 June The Court was created to supersede the Supreme Court of Bolivia , which operated from to It was first seated on 2 January The Court is made up of nine members and nine alternates, representing the nine departments of Bolivia , elected in popular, nonpartisan elections to terms of six years.
The Plurinational Legislative Assembly preselects up to 36 candidates before the election. Reelection is forbidden. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The Plurinational Constitutional Court Spanish : Tribunal Constitucional Plurinacional is a national court in Bolivia charged with adjudicating the constitutionality of laws, government power, and treaties in accordance with the country's Constitution, which created it. The Court is headquartered in Sucre and consists of seven members. It was first seated on 2 January Prior to the creation of the Constitutional Court in , the Supreme Court of Bolivia was the sole body at the highest level of the country's judiciary. The reform of Bolivia's Constitution authorized a Constitutional Court. However, the body did not begin to function until
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