What were the issues in constitutional court?
Constitutional courts were high courts that dealt with constitutional laws. Their main authority in a state were to rule on whether laws that were in fact unconstitutional or not. In this, these courts determined whether the laws were conflicting from a constitutional angle and if they were constitutionally established based on the rules, rights and freedoms provisioned in the constitution. More precisely, these courts were meant to protect and enforce the constitution and its provisions including the interpretation.