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GEO 14, constitutional

The constitutional judges have unanimously rejected all appeals against GEO 114, the emergency ordinance that repealed the controversial GE0 13 that brought questionable amendments to the justice laws and that prompted wide mass protests in the winter of 2017, right ...

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CCR rules that USR initiative ‘No convicted people in public offices’ is constitutional

The Constitutional Court has ruled on Tuesday, with majority of votes, that the initiative to review the constitution filed by USR “No convicted people in public offices” is constitutional. The Court has checked if the initiative meets the technical conditions, ...

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New controversial law initiated by PSD would restrict the right to notify CCR

The Chamber of Deputies (Romanian Parliament’s lower chamber) has adopted on Wednesday a draft law initiated by Social Democrat MP Florin Iordache that establishes a deadline of 15 days the most for which the Parliament’s resolutions can be referred to ...

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Chamber’s deputy speaker notifies CCR over panels specialised on corruption

Vice-president of the Chamber of Deputies, Social Democrat Florin Iordache has notified the Constitutional Court over a legal conflict between Parliament and the High Court of Cassation and Justice on the law for preventing and sanctioning corruption deeds, on the ...

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