Chamber of Deputies passes reviewed statutes of civil servants

The Chamber of Deputies on Tuesday passed a revised version of the statutes of civil servants that accommodates the ruling of the Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) about the unconstitutionality of some of the initial provisions of the law. A final vote on the law will be cast on Wednesday.

In a report on the revision of the statutes of the civil servants, the Judicial Committee repealed all the provisions ruled unconstitutional by the CCR. On April 14, CCR ruled, in a majority ruling, that some provisions in a law amending and supplementing Law 188/1999 concerning the statutes of the civil servants are unconstitutional.
The Chamber of Deputies passed the controversial law on March 2.

Under the law, partisan appointments are allowed for self-regulatory public bodies. The law was voted on in the absence of the MPS of the opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD), Conservative Party (PC) and the National Liberal Party (PNL) who walked out arguing that the regulations of the chamber were violated. Later on, the PSD and the PNL challenged the normative act with the CCR on grounds that the regulations of the Chamber of Deputies and the Constitution were violated when the law was voted on.

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