Deputies’ Chamber justice commission reintroduces three-year term for checking MPs assets
MPs on the Justice Commission decided on Tuesday to reintroduce in the text of the Law on the organization and functioning of the National Agency for Integrity the three-year term after the end of a dignitary’s mandate, during which the institution could check their assets, and also the requirement to be met by members of the Social and Economic Council and union leaders to publish their wealth declaration.
„Until now we have discussed 17 articles in which we decided to reintroduce the three-year term during which the Agency can make enquiries. I also believe that the Court of Appeal’s commissions for assets control are to be reintroduced,” head of the Justice Commission in the Deputies’ Chamber Daniel Buda said.
The Democratic Liberal considers that the Commission’s discussions are pretty substantial.
„We study each paragraph of the law to remove all the roughness related to the rules of legal technique and to the smoothness of the legal text, so as to have a law to hold in all respects in the Constitutional Court,” said Daniel Buda. The MPs have also introduced the obligation to publish a single wealth declaration file that can make certain personal data anonymous, as Premier Emil Boc requested.