Constitutional Court ‘mocks’ Boc

Constitutional Court judges ‘mock’ Emil Boc after ruling that his second ordinance over political appointments in decentralized institutions was unconstitutional, right now when the ruling parties are busy sharing public positions, daily ‘Evenimentul Zilei’ writes. The ‘row’ came as the government took over some provisions from an ordinance already declared unconstitutional by the court and used them as they were in a separate draft law. Thus, although the court had ruled the ordinance was not constitutional, the government found a way to politicize the public administration by means of this second law, before this one was declared unconstitutional as well, the newspaper writes.

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