JUSTICE

General Prosecutor’s Office identifies 21 articles from law amending Criminal Code with unconstitutional aspects

The General Prosecutor’s Office maintains that it has identified unconstitutional aspects in 21 articles from the law amending the Criminal Code.

According to a press release sent on Friday, the General Prosecutor’s Office has finished the analysis of the unconstitutional aspects identified in the law amending and completing Law no. 28/2009 concerning the Criminal Code, the document synthesizing the observations received from the units and specialized structures from the Prosecutor’s Office with the Public Prosecution Service.

“Given the way a series of amendments from the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code were adopted, without taking into consideration the observations and proposals made by the Superior Council of Magistrates (CSM) and the professional associations of prosecutors and judges, without any real consultation and collaboration with the judiciary institutions invested in enforcing the criminal legislation, the analysis carried out by the Public Prosecution Service was forwarded to those with the right to notify the Constitutional Court,” the General Prosecutor’s Office’s press release informs.

The analysis was made public on the institution’s website.

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