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August 13, 2022
POLITICS

Education law, unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court yesterday ruled the education Law unconstitutional following the notification by the National Liberal Party. On November 4, the Court took note that the deliberation over this act did not result in a majority of votes and the procedure should have been repeated.


On September 23, the Liberals filed a complaint with CCR over the unconstitutional character of the National Education Law, focusing on the procedure of organizing the baccalaureate examination, which would have discriminated the graduates of private education institutions against those of state schools.The complaint also challenges the provisions referring to the autonomy of universities and the discrimination created by the Law between those born before and after the act was enforced.


In the same complaint, PNL warned over a number of legal provisions showing that the university and pre-university education system remains under political influence.


On September 15, the Boc Government assumed responsibility in Parliament over the draft Law of National Education.

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