The group leaders committee in the Chamber of Deputies has decided to hold a new plenary sitting on Wednesday, upon the ruling parties’ request, in order to vote the last two justice bills of the justice laws’ package.
The two bills to be tabled in the plenary session of the lower chamber tomorrow are the law 304/2004 on the judicial organization and law 317/2004 regarding the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM). The MPs are called to debate the laws and to cast the final vote.
Before the two bills are discussed, the plenary sitting is called to cast a vote on the amendment that SocDem deputy Florin Iordache had tabled on the Chamber of Deputies regulation. More precisely, the head of the special committee set to amend the justice laws has proposed that the opposition should not have the right anymore to endorse its amendments that had been vetoed in committees in the plenary session. However, Iordache’s proposal had been rejected in the regulation committee after UDRM deputy Marton Arpad had voted against it, but it might be voted in the plenary sitting though.