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The three Laws on Justice, subject to the final vote in the Senate’s plenum on Monday

The three Laws on Justice – Law no.303/2004 on the statute of judges and prosecutors, Law no.304/2004 on the judicial organization, and Law no.317/2004 on the organization and functioning of the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) – will be subject to the final vote in the Senate’s plenum on Monday.

Senators could make amendments to the Laws on Justice until Thursday, at 15.00; the amendments will be debated and voted in the specialized committee chaired by the PSD MP Florin Iordache, on Monday, before the plenary session of the Senate.

According to the agenda, the three Laws on Justice will be voted at the beginning of the Senate’s session.

The Law no.303/2004 on the statute of judges and prosecutors was adopted on Tuesday by the plenum of the Deputies’ Chamber, with 190 pros, 98 cons and two abstentions.

Also, the Law no.304/2004 on the judicial organization was adopted with 183 pros, 91 cons and one abstention, while the Law no.317/2004 on the organization and functioning of the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) was adopted wit 189 pros, 101 cons and two abstentions.

 

 

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