*Judiciary, culture and the management of state protocol property are domains completely excluded
After the Senate rejected on Tuesday, in a first, the draft law that allows the Government to issue ordinances during the parliamentary recess, the Lower Chamber, the decisive Chamber, decided to adopt the draft, but not before substantially modifying it. Thus, the Judiciary Commission completely eliminated chapters concerning the judiciary, culture and the management of state protocol property. On the other hand, the Judiciary Commission adopted amendments that allow the Government to issue ordinances concerning the amending of the budget in 2016 and the rounding off of Government Emergency Ordinance no.40/2015 concerning the financial management of European grants included in the 2014-2020 financial framework, Agerpres informs.
The Government will be able to issue ordinances for the restructuring of CNADNR, the setting up of the National Road Investments Company, as well as certain measures in the transportation domain. When it comes to healthcare, the Government will be able to issue ordinances concerning healthcare services for certain categories of persons.
The draft law had stipulated that the main domains in which the Government was allowed to issue ordinances during parliamentary recess were: public finances and economy, regional development and public administration, healthcare, interior affairs, judiciary, culture, European grants, agriculture and rural development, transportation, communications and informational society.
There were 219 votes in favour.