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May 12, 2021

Stoica: CCR should be turned into a section of the High Court

The deputy president of the Democratic-Liberal Party (PD-L), Valeriu Stoica, thinks that the prerogatives of the Constitutional Court (CCR) should be transferred to a specially appointed section under the authority of the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ), or, at the very least, procedures to appoint CCR judges should be modified. “In the present formula, the Constitutional Court is, inevitably, politicized. (…) it is crucial to modify, at least, procedures to appoint Constitutional Court judges. In other words, they should no longer be nominated by the president, by the parties, by the Government, there should be, instead, a set of professional and moral probity criteria, and, above all, these judges shouldn’t be – or ever have been – members of a political party,” Stoica stated, in an interview to Agerpres.

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