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Update: Regional Development Ministry debates draft law allowing convicted persons to be ministers if rehabilitated

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The law 90/2001 banning convicted persons to be members of the Government, which prevented PSD chairman Liviu Dragnea to be premier, will be amended so that convicted persons who have been rehabilitated can be part of the Government, as premier ...

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CCR: Criminal Code dispositions on negligence in service, constitutional if ‘faulty fulfilment’ means ‘fulfilment by breaking the law’

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The Constitutional Court has ruled on Thursday that the provisions of Article 249 (1) of the Criminal Code of 1969 and of Article 298 of the Criminal Code concerning the negligence in service are constitutional insofar the phrase ‘faulty fulfilment’ ...

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CCR: Law on the execution of sentences – constitutional. Detainees living in inhuman conditions receive 6 days per month penalty reduction


The Constitutional Court has rejected on Wednesday, by majority vote, the objection of unconstitutionality filed in May by 51 PNL and USR deputies on the draft amendment bill to the Law on the execution of sentences, considering that the normative ...

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Protests in Bucharest, Sibiu and Iasi against decriminalization of conflict of interest, abuse of office, the naming of Mihai Tudose as PM


About 1,000 people have protested in the streets Sunday evening in a march called ‘Together we save the country from the corrupt ones’, a move against the recent decisions of the Constitutional Court – among them the intention to decriminalize ...

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Public consultations on abuse of office threshold on June 28, July 3. CCR: Legal provisions in force are loose and elusive

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Justice Ministry announced two public debates, on June 28 and July 3, to debate the amendments on abuse of office in the Criminal Code in order to harmonize them with the Constitutional Court’s decisions. The first debate is scheduled on ...

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CCR: Interior Ministry’s intelligence director can be named without the CSAT’s go-ahead

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Romania’s Constitutional Court (CCR) on Wednesday rejected the complaint filed by 25 Liberal senators regarding the amendments that cut the National Supreme Defence Council from the procedure of appointing the head of the Directorate General for Internal Protection (DGPI). CCR ...

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