Several Social Democrat senators contributed through their vote to rejecting the law draft designed to modify the Constitutional Court procedures. The main modification would have been that trials wouldn't be delayed as long as they are now. Many trials in the recent history have been prolonged indefinitely because lawyers invoked non-Constitutionality exceptions and had trials suspended until a Constitutional Court decision.
The law draft was rejected by the Senate, the Parliamentarian chamber that has the final say in the matter. The rejection was noted after only 68 senators voted in favor of the draft, instead of the minimum 69 votes required.