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What does TC stand for?

TC stands for Tribunal Constitucional (Portuguese constitutional court)

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The president of the Tribunal Constitucional (TC) Oscar Urviola brought up the need to initiate a debate regarding an eventual constitutional and legal amendment to the recall law (Ley de los Derechos de Participacion y Control Ciudadano) to clarify the specific grounds for recall and the special conditions for convoking a recall or to eliminate it from the democratic system.
La tarea contempla la creacion de un tribunal constitucional y mecanismos de arbitraje y resolution de diferendos.
Among them are the framework autonomies law and the statute allowing the configuration of a new Corte Suprema de Justicia (CSJ), which must be ratified in general elections, a new electoral authority, and a Tribunal Constitucional (TC), which will be the ultimate judicial authority.
18, the Tribunal Constitucional (TC) added more fuel to the fire when it banned the Ministerio de Salud's free distribution of the morning-after pill, saying it had not been shown that the pill was not abortive.
While the legislative committee has announced that it will present a conflict-of-jurisdiction petition to the Tribunal Constitucional (TC) against the judiciary, Judge Martinez insists that the law allows her to keep the evidence confidential, even from a congressional investigation.