Judges said that under the constitution, Iohannis cannot reject a government decree dismissing Codruta Kovesi.
Romania has a semi-presidential political system and some argued that such a decision will render the President mostly decorative and shift the political system towards a parliamentary one. It would also have a great impact upon justice independence since prosecutors would be politically influenced.
In Romania, the President main power is that he/she can appoint one third of the Constitutional Court members and the two chief prosecutors, so this decision significantly limits presidential powers.
I am wondering if a similar decision (shifting political power away from the president by the Constitutional Court) in the recent history (after 1990).
Question: Is there a recent example of a constitutional court decision limiting presidential powers within Europe?