The Constitutional Court of Organisms Democracy controls the decisions of the Organisms Parliament and the actions of the Executive to ensure that they comply with the Constitution and has the power to overrule decisions and request corrections.
All organisms who are citizens or candidates for immigration can file a complaint with the Constitutional Court if they see their rights violated by decisions of Parliament or the actions of the Executive.
The Constitutional Court meets once every legislative period in a place of public attention. The constitutional court is a jury. Decisions are made by voting of the human jury. In a collective process of opinion formation, the jury prepares for the vote. Current parliamentary membership and membership of the Executive are incompatible with jury work.
Further information on the function and chronology of the Constitutional Courts of Organisms Democracies can be found in the chronicle of Organisms Democracies in Berlin, Vienna and Freiburg.