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A number of 32 bills, passed ”tacitly ” in 2015

06 Ian 2016   •   17:53
A number of 32 bills, passed ”tacitly ” in 2015 114
A total of 32 laws were passed tacitly by the Chamber of Deputies in 2015 as the first Chamber notified, and out of these 10 were finally rejected, seven are on the agenda of the Senate, five are in the promulgation phase or at the Constitutional Court and 10 became law, mediafax.ro reports.

Of the 32 laws adopted without parliamentary debate by the Chamber of Deputies due to overstaying their constitutional 45 days, five have reached the stage of promulgation or were challenged by the Constitutional Court.
Among these there is the bill for special pensions for the local elected, approved by the Senate in the last session of the plenary parliamentary session from September to December, and challenged by the government before the Constitutional Court.
The five also include a legislative proposal revising the current framework on pensions received by the public external auditors / financial controllers, designed to restore the right to "service pension" canceled as effect of the application of Law no.119 / 2010 on establishing measures on pensions and the Law. 263/2010 regarding the public pension system.
Also, the Chamber of Deputies passed tacitly the law prohibiting explicit advertising for medicinal products within TV and radio programs broadcast, which later received the Senate’s endorsement and is now before President Klaus Iohannis .
The same route was taken by the legislative proposal amending the Law on Romania's national security, which prohibits illegal deforestation in areas larger than one hectare and the reduction without legal permits, of the consistency of an arboretum with more than 50% of the forestry arrangements in force.
Of the 32 bills adopted tacitly 10 became law.
Thus, following the tacit adoption by the Chamber of Deputies, the Senate decided to amend the Law no.384 / 2006 on the status of professional soldiers and the military, because the maximum age until which professional soldiers or the military can be kept in service must not exceed 55 years, of the national Education Law no.1 / 2011, to change the board of directors of state schools and specialized state education and normative acts aimed at local public finance and public administration.
In foreign policy, several bills on treaties between Romania and the Republic of Kazakhstan on extradition, signed in Bucharest in November 2014, they were adopted tacitly by the Chamber of Deputies and subsequently ratified. It's about the extradition treaties, transfer of sentenced persons and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters.




Seven of the 32 laws that have been adopted by the Chamber of Deputies tacitly due to overstaying the 45 days were recorded for debate and approval in the Senate.
Therefore, at the beginning of the parliamentary session in February, the senators will debate two bills to amend Law no.176 / 2010 on integrity in the exercise of public functions and dignities and no.144 / 2007 on the establishment, organization and functioning of the National Integrity Agency , to individuals released or dismissed according to para. (1) or against those who were in conflict of interest or in incompatibility.
According to the draft laws adopted tacitly, the persons concerned would be deprived of the right to hold any function or public office that is subject to the normative bills subject to change, except for election, for a period of 3 years from the date of issue, removal from office or from the public dignity or termination of the mandate by law.
The elected in the Senate will have to rule also over two bills to amend the National Education Law no.1 / 2011, one proposes that the state should fund " the after school program for students up to grade IV whose parents / legal representatives request this service through a voucher worth 0.4 ISR month / child, namely 200 lei."
By amending the National Education Law no.1 / 2011, the parent / legal representative would opt for this ticket in writing individually for each child at the end of each school year or when registering children at school, and the schools would reimburse the service.
The Senate agenda provides for the parliamentary session in February, the debate of a bill aimed at amending Law No.47 / 1992 on the organization and functioning of the Constitutional Court.
The bill, tacitly adopted by the Chamber of Deputies, establishes a requirement that, within 10 days of receiving notification, the Minister of Justice should develop the draft amendment of the normative bill issued by the Government and found to be unconstitutional and to submit it to the Government, which would discuss it at the first government meeting.
If the enacted bill is a law, the amendment proposed by the Government will be debated by Parliament in an emergency procedure. The bill also provides that " court decisions ruled in disregard of the Constitutional Court decisions are null and void".
The Senate agenda also contains the debate of a bill establishing a mechanism to prevent conflicts of interest in the award of public procurement contracts.

The bill aims to establish within the National Integrity Agency, an integrated information system for preventing and identifying potential conflicts of interest in the award of public procurement contracts.

10 of the 32 bills that were approved by the Chamber of Deputies tacitly were finally rejected by the Senate.



Senators rejected laws aimed at stimulating scientific research elite, organization and functioning of the Romanian Government and ministries, three bills aimed at organization and functioning of the Ombudsman, changes to the Law no.215 / 2001 on local public administration and an amendment to the National Education Law no.1 / 2011 which stated that the Government supports education in Romanian for the Romanians living in other countries, in compliance with the laws of the respective state.
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