Constitutional Court of Spain

in Madrid, Spain

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Calle Domenico Scarlatti, 6, 28003 Madrid, Spain
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N40° 26' 29.4" W3° 43' 3.36"   (40.4415, -3.7176)
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The Constitutional Court of Spain (Spanish: Tribunal Constitucional de España) is the highest body with the power to determine the constitutionality of acts and statutes of the Spanish Government. It is defined in Part IX (i.e. sections 159 through 165) of the Constitution of Spain, and further governed by Organic Laws 2/1979 (a.k.a. Law of the Constitutional Court of October 3, 1979), 8/1984, 4/1985, 6/1988, 7/1999 and 1/2000. The court is the "supreme interpreter" of the Constitution, but since the court is not a part of the Spanish Judiciary, the Supreme Court is the highest court for all judicial matters.


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Constitutional Court of Spain

Address: Calle Domenico Scarlatti, 6, 28003 Madrid, Spain