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February 28, 2021

New education bill complaint tabled at Constitutional Court

The leader of the PSD group in the Chamber of Deputies, Mircea Dusa, announced the Parliament on Wednesday that the opposition had tabled a new complaint at the Constitutional Court raising issues of unconstitutionality in connection with the Law on National Education and the adoption of the act.
‘I hope this time CCR will rule, as it has in the past, in the spirit of the Constitution and towards putting the draft National Education Law in agreement with the provisions of the Constitution’, Dusa said, according to Agerpres. The authors claim in their complaint that the Education Law as a whole has unconstitutional flaws, having been adopted by infrin­ging upon the constitutional norms governing the special law-making procedure whereby the Government requests a vote of confidence over a bill. The opposition also argues that the Government bluntly disregards two previous Romanian Consti­tutional Court decisions on the same law and involving the same adoption procedure. Senate Speaker notified the Constitutional Court on grounds of unconstitutionality of the Law.

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