AGERPRES utilizeaza cookie-uri pentru a va personaliza si imbunatati experienta pe website-urile noastre si pentru scopuri de marketing. Daca navigati in continuare pe acest site fara a schimba setarile privind cookie-urile, vom presupune ca acceptati sa primiti toate cookie-urile de pe acest site. Puteti schimba setarile privind cookie-urile in orice moment. Pentru a afla mai multe, cititi Politica de cookie.
Bucharest, Feb 6 /Agerpres/ - Minister of Justice Florin Iordache announced that the bill amending the Criminal codes will be put up for debate on Monday for a 30-day period, and that it will also include the articles that have been declared unconstitutional.
"We will develop and post a regulatory act. Before we move further, all experts and whoever wants to, will have the opportunity to express a point of view. According to the law, the bill will stay up for public debate for 30 days," Iordache said at the Ministry of Justice.
He mentioned that the piece of legislation will also include all the articles that have been declared unconstitutional.
"The bill will include all the rulings and all the decisions of the Constitutional Court regarding the articles that have been declared unconstitutional. As you know, all those articles were also included in the emergency ordinance, but they will be set forth in this bill too," the Justice Minister said.
Asked if there is a risk that the OUG amending the Criminal codes remains in force if certain articles in the repeal ordinance are declared unconstitutional, Iordache said that things returned to the point before the heavily challenged OUG No. 13 was issued.
"The moment the OUG was repealed things were set back to the initial state. Many articles in the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code have been declared unconstitutional. All we did was to go back to the situation before the ordinance was issued," said Florin Iordache.
In connection with the opinions that should have been sought before releasing OUG No. 13, Iordache replied: "The necessary approvals are those of the ministries, and those have been sought all right."AGERPRES(RO - author: Mihai Stoica, editor: Claudia Stanescu; EN - author: Simona Klodnischi, editor: Maria Voican)
The content of the www.agerpres.ro website has the exclusive purpose of public informing.
All the information published on this website by AGERPRES is protected by relevant legal dispositions.
It is forbidden to copy, reproduce, recompile, decompile, distribute, publish, display, modify, create derived components or products or full services, as well as any exploitation of the site's content.
The use of the Comments section entails your obligation to respect the AGERPRES terms and conditions in regards to the publishing of comments on the www.agerpres.ro.