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January 23, 2022
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CCR: Parliament to have the last say if referendum is invalidated

The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) accepts that the Parliament should decide on the procedure to follow if the referendum is invalidated, rejecting PDL’s complaint. ‘The Constitutional Court rejected by majority the non-constitutionality complaint in connection with article 3 of the Decision of the Parliament no. 34 of July 6, 2012 establishing the object and date of the national referendum for the impeachment of the President of Romania. The arguments retained in the motivation of the ruling passed by the Plenum of the Constitutional Court will be presented as part of the decision to be published in the Official Journal of Romania, part I’, reads a CCR release. Article 3 of the Decision 34/2012 of the Parliament setting the object and date of the national Referendum for the impeachment of the president of Romania stipulates that, if CCR establishes that the legal requirements were not fulfilled,  the Parliament shall take note of that and will decide what procedure will be followed. .

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