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June 23, 2021

Law on chambers of commerce – unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court ruled on Thursday that the Law which modified the normative act regarding the chambers of commerce from Romania and that which refers to the trade registry is unconstitutional. “In the session from December 10, 2009, the Constitutional Court settled, as part of the control which preceded the promulgation of the law, stipulated by art. 146 letter a) from Constitution, the notice regarding the non-constitutionality of the Law for the modification and completion of Law no. 335/2007 regarding the commerce chambers from Romania and the Law no. 26/1990 regarding the trade registry, notice formulated by 56 deputies,” CC informs.

Further to deliberation, the Court established with majority of votes that the law is unconstitutional. The motivation of the solution will be presented in the decision, which will be published in Monitorul Oficial al Romaniei. The decision is final and compulsory and will be communicated to the President of Romania, to the Speakers of the two Chambers of Parliament, and to the PM.

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