The Constitutional Court will hold a hearing today to examine the DP's lawsuit for the abolition of the Food Board.
Deputy Dashnor Sula, who submitted the lawsuit, said that he wanted the repeal because, according to him, it was set up to protect the citizens and it has not worked, but the prices have only increased.
The food board came into force on April 1 and the task was to monitor the prices of basket products and determine the profit margins of businesses in this sector. Prices are monitored weekly. All entities that import and produce food products according to the decision are obliged to take measures to provide uninterrupted supply. The decision also states that all these businesses must guarantee food reserves for 3 months.
On September 6 of this year, 29 deputies of the DP Parliamentary Group addressed the Constitutional Court with a request for the abolition of the Transparency Board for fuel prices.