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April 17, 2021

Gov’t adopts draft laws for which it will take responsibility in Parliament

The Government adopted, in Tuesday’s evening meeting, the draft laws for which it is to take responsibility, the head of the Prime Minister’s Chancellery Ionel Danca announced on Wednesday.

“As we have announced, in the Government meeting the draft laws for which the Government is to take responsibility in Parliament were proposed for debate and adoption. We are talking about the draft for amending the laws of justice, in the sense of delaying the early retirement of the magistrates, which would come into force on January 1, 2020. We are also talking about increasing the job seniority for magistrates’ accessing the National Institute of Magistracy, from two to four years. And we are also talking about the situations related to the court panels made up of three magistrates in the courts of appeal. Also, this provision would come into force on January 1, 2020. In view of the serious malfunctions that would occur in the act of justice, the Government has adopted the draft law for the extension of these terms and will undertake its responsibility in Parliament for its adoption in emergency regime”, Danca told a press conference at the Victoria Palace, according to Agerpres.

He added that the second draft law for which the Government intends to take responsibility is the one that regulates the situation of intra-county road transport, in order to “solve the problem of school transport and of persons with disabilities”.

He noted that, according to the draft law, it is expected that, by the end of the following year, “tenders be organized for the licensing of carriers as operators of public services in this area, and until the organization of the respective tenders, the current transport operators will have the obligation to take over the persons concerned from the indicated points, by a common order of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Administration.”

The head of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister added that the third bill for which the Government is going to take responsibility is the one regarding the budget ceilings for 2020.

The head of the Prime Minister’s Chancellery said that the Government will send to Parliament on Wednesday the letter regarding the draft laws for which it will take responsibility, and Parliament shall decide the calendar.

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