JUSTICE

CCR to debate over two months Iohannis’ notification on the amendments brought to the Criminal Procedure Code

The Constitutional Court of Romania established that the constitutional challenge submitted by the head of state Klaus Iohannis on the draft law amending the Criminal Procedure Code adopted by the Parliament will be debated on September 25, CCR President Valer Dorneanu stated for MEDIAFAX.

Also, the judges of the Constitutional Court established that the debate on the notifications submitted by PNL, USR and the High Court of Cassation and Justice on the legislative initiative amending the Criminal Procedure Code, will take place on July 18, according to Dorneanu.

On Tuesday, the Romanian President Klaus Iohannis sent a letter to the President of the Constitutional Court of Romania, Valer Dorneanu, together with the constitutional challenge on the Law amending and complementing the Law no.135/2010 on the Criminal Procedure Code, as well as amending and complementing the Law no.304/2004 on the judicial organization, by which he requested that the term for debating the notification will be established so that the Venice Commission’s opinion can be valorized.

On Thursday, the Constitutional Court will discuss on the objection submitted by President Klaus Iohannis regarding the law amending and complementing the Law no.304/2004 on the judicial organization, according to the meeting’s agenda posted on the institution’s website.

On June 18, the draft law amending and complementing the Law no.135/2010 on the Criminal Procedure Code was adopted by the Deputies’ Chamber, which was the decisional body, with 175 pros, 78 cons and one abstention.

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