The Plenum of the Constitutional Court, consisting of Stanislav Balík, František Duchoň, Vlasta Formánková, Vojen Güttler, Pavel Holländer, Ivana Janů, Vladimír Kůrka, Dagmar Lastovecká, Jiří Mucha, Jan Musil, Jiří Nykodým, Pavel Rychetský, Miloslav Výborný, Eliška Wagnerová and Michaela Židlická, decided, under Art. 87 par. 2 of the Constitution of the Czech Republic, on a petition from the petitioner – the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic – seeking review of whether the Treaty of Lisbon amending the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Community is consistent with the constitutional order, as follows:
The Treaty of Lisbon amending the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Community, specifically
• Articles 2 par. 1 (previously 2a par. 1), 4 par. 2 (previously 2c), 352 par. 1 (previously 308 par. 1), 83 (previously 69b par. 1) and 216 (previously 188 l), contained in the Treaty on the Functioning of he European Union,
• Articles 2 (previously 1a), 7 and 48 par. 6 and 7 contained in the Treaty on European Union
• and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union
are not inconsistent with the constitutional order.