- The legislative or executive authorities of a local self-governing body, in the exercise of their powers, which consider that the application of the law adopted by the central government may infringe upon the powers of the local self-government laid down in the Constitution is in contravention of the Constitution, may petition the Constitutional Court to declare the impugned law unconstitutional.
After exhaustion of all levels of ordinary judicial remedies, any local self-governing body which considers that a final court decision against it infringes upon its powers of local self-government laid down in the Constitution, in a dispute arising from any of the circumstances below, may petition the Constitutional Court to declare the relevant court decision unconstitutional, if:
(1) the self-government ordinances and regulations are nullified or not approved by the central supervisory authority as is notified in writing;
(2) the self-government matters decided by the local legislative authorities are nullified by the central supervisory authority as is notified in writing; or
(3) the self-government matters administered by the local executive authorities are rescinded, amended, repealed, or discontinued by the central supervisory authority.