Draft bill on eliminating special pensions – rejected by the Senate

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The Senate has rejected on Wednesday, as the first notified chamber, the draft bill initiated by PNL, which provided the elimination of special pensions for deputies, senators, judges and prosecutors.

The draft bill was rejected with 52 votes against, 20 for and 8 abstentions.

The Liberals’ legislative proposal, rejected by the Senate, provided the abolition of service pensions for deputies and senators, judges and prosecutors, specialized auxiliary staff of courts and prosecutors’ offices, police officers, civil servants with special status, parliamentary civil servants, members of the diplomatic and consular corps, members of the Constitutional Court and the Civil Aviation Personnel in Romania.

The bill was rejected by the Senate, as the first chamber notified, the Chamber of Deputies being the decision-making body.

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