The Constitutional Court

Article 111  [Competence, Appointment]
(1) The Constitutional Court is competent to adjudicate the following matters:
  1. The unconstitutionality of law upon the request of the courts;
  2. Impeachment;
  3. Dissolution of a political party;
  4. Disputes about the jurisdictions between State agencies,between State agencies and local governments, and between local governments, and
  5. Petitions relating to the Constitution as prescribed by law.
(2) The Constitutional Court is composed of nine adjudicators qualified to be court judges, and they are appointed by the President.
(3) Among the adjudicators referred to in Paragraph (2), three are appointed from persons selected by the National Assembly, and three appointed from persons nominated by the Chief Justice.
(4) The head of the Constitutional Court is appointed by the President from among the adjudicators with the consent of the National Assembly.
 
Article 112  [Term, Incompatibility]
(1) The term of office of the adjudicators of the Constitutional Court is six years, and they may be reappointed under the conditions as prescribed by law.
(2) The adjudicators of the Constitutional Court may not join any political party nor participate in political activities.
(3) No adjudicator of the Constitutional Court can be expelled from office except by impeachment or a sentence of imprisonment or heavier punishment.
 
Article 113  [Majority, Internal Regulations]
(1) When the Constitutional Court makes a decision on the unconstitutionality of a law, impeachment, dissolution of a political party, or a petition relating to the Constitution, the concurrence of at least six adjudicators is required.
(2) The Constitutional Court may establish regulations relating to its proceedings and internal discipline and regulations on administrative matters within the limits of law.
(3) The organization, function, and other necessary matters of the Constitutional Court are determined by law.