JURISPRUDENCE OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ROMANIA ON THE ADOPTION OF EMERGENCY ORDINANCES
Keywords:Constitutional court, emergency ordinance, government, legislative delegation.
Although executively, to the Government is conferred by art. 115 of the Constitution of Romania a series of legislative provisions. This justifies the issuance of emergency ordinances in the context of the need for the exercise of power. However, the principle of separation in the state is not affected by legislative delegation, but this phenomenon is necessary for the purpose of carrying out, by the Government, a more dynamic activity in terms of simplifying the procedures for approving the laws when necessary.
In this respect, the present paper aims at reporting some justifying elements demonstrating the necessity of the constitutional text of art. 115 of the Romanian Constitution.
How to cite: Ungureanu, C., & Nesteriuc, O. (2017). Jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court of Romania on the Adoption of Emergency Ordinances. European Journal of Law and Public Administration, 4(2), 76-82. https://doi.org/10.18662/eljpa/16
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