The legal status of the independent Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, which in 1990 seceded from Moldavia being then a part of the USSR, still remains unclear. Although over a quarter of the century has passed since its creation, it is still a de facto state, for it has not been recognized by the international community. In the lights of the international law Transnistria is treated as a Moldavian autonomous region of a special status. The hereby paper is the next publication out of the series, undertaken within the wider research over Transnistria’s legal status. It comprises the fragmentary results of the further research phase, which aims at analysing its binding basic law and the assumptions of its constitution- al system. The subject of the work is the shape and content of the independent Transnistria’s constitution of 1995, which has been revised several times and is still in force. The results of this research contributes to more precise determination of the region’s legal status.