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August 4, 2021

CC reinitiates on Nov 3 debates on judicial conflict between Parliament and Gov’t

The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) decided, on Wednesday, to reinitiate debates and to set a new term for hearing on November 3, subpoenaing the parties involved in the judicial conflict, constitutional in nature, between the Parliament and the Government, which arose from halting the legislative procedure in the case of the National Education bill and the Executive’s taking responsibility on this bill. The Speaker of the Senate, Mircea Geoana, filed a complaint at the Constitutional Court on the Education bill, calling attention to a judicial conflict, constitutional in nature, between the Legislative and the Executive. In Geoana’s view, the Government’s decision to pull the Education bill out of the legislative proceedings in the Senate is an “arbitrary gesture”, which amounts to divesting the Parliament of its prerogative to pass laws. The Government will take responsibility, in Parliament, on the Education law on Thursday, October 28.

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