Constitutional Court rejects PNL, USR referral on the bill decriminalizing the corruption offenses


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The Constitutional Court (CCR) has rejected on Wednesday the PNL and USR referral reading that the draft bill adopted by Parliament amending Law 78/2000 on the prevention, revealing and sanctioning the corruption offenses is not in agreement with a previous CCR decision.

Therefore the law adopted by Parliament has been declared constitutional by the CCR judges.

The PNL and USR groups of Deputies notified CCR on May 2 regarding the amendments to Law 78/2000 on the prevention, revealing and sanctioning the corruption offenses.

The normative act was adopted by the Chamber of Deputies, as decision making body, on April 16, 2019.

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