Four new Constitutional Courts were lit up. The judiciary's choices are the Pavlina Panova and Nadezhda Djelepova National Assembly Quota, which is the former deputy head of the Supreme Court Krassimir Vlahov, and the presidential election is Professor of European Law Atanas Semov.
According to the Supreme Law, the Constitutional Court has 12 judges, one third of which is elected by the National Assembly. A third has been appointed President and one third is elected to the Supreme Court judges and the Supreme Administrative Court. Judges in the Constitutional Court are lawyers with high professional and moral qualities, having at least 15 years of legal experience. The mandate of the Constitutional Court judges is 9 years. They can not be re-elected for this task. The composition of the Constitutional Court will be updated in three years for each quota in the order specified in the law. The Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria states that members of the Constitutional Court have the freedom of parliamentarians.
Krassimir Vlahov is the Constitutional Court, who is the former vice-chairman of the Supreme Court. He was born in Pleven and graduated from the University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski". Vlahov has a jury of more than 20 years. His career began in 1996 as a young judge and in October 1997 he was appointed Judge of the District Court of Sophia, later becoming Vice-President. In 2004, he was transferred to the highest court, and in 2008 he was elected chairman of the Sofian District Court. In 2012, Krassimir Vlahov was appointed Supreme Legal Counsel as Legal Counsel.