Конституционная жалоба в Республике Словения с точки зрения проблемы доступа к правосудию
In the present article an institute of individual constitutional complaint in the Republic of Slovenia is analyzed. A special attention is paid to the changes in the legal regulations that have taken place as a result of reforms in the constitutional proceedings in 2007. The author focuses on such legal categories as admissibility and acceptability of application, and also on procedure of their prior examination in order to resolve the question of accepting them for consideration. The author comes to the conclusion that these restrictions and procedures must not only meet the demands of the effectiveness and efficiency of trial, but also to comply with requirements of accessibility of justice.