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March 2, 2021
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Service pensions for former CCR judges

The former judges of the Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) will receive service pensions, realitatea.net reports. According to the source, the law is applied regardless of the retirement date. The service pension will represent 80 pc of the gross wage. The decision was made with unanimity during yesterday’s meeting of the plenum of CCR, which debated the exception of unconstitutionality of art.71 para.(2) of Law 47/1992 that rules how the Court is organised and operates, raised by the Ombudsman. The argumentations used in justifying the solutions pronounced by the plenum of the Court will be presented in the decisions that are published by the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I. The decisions are final and generally mandatory.

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