JUSTICE

Justice Valer Dorneanu to be interim head of Constitutional Court

Justice Valer Dorneanu will be the interim head of the Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR), informs a release by the said institution on Tuesday.

“In its sitting on 7 June, the plenum of the Constitutional Court, taking note that the presidential term of Augustin Zegrean ends on 10 June, following the running out of his three-year period for which he was elected, has proceeded to the election by secret ballot an interim president. By majority of votes, justice Professor Dr. Valer Dorneanu was elected interim president; he is going to fulfill his attributions as president of the Constitutional Court starting with 10 June 2016, until a new president will be elected, according to the law,” the release states.

 

Senate appoints Marian Enache to Constitutional Court

 

The Senate decided in a 80-to-37 secret vote on Tuesday to appoint MP Marian Enache as judge to the Constitutional Court.

Enache will replace judge Valentin Zoltan Puskas, whose term ends. The deadline for the new appointment was 13 June.

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