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Justice Ministry gives up draft law sent to CSM

The Justice Ministry (MJ) gives up the draft law on modifying and adding the normative acts concerning the Criminal Codes, already forwarded to the Superior Council of Magistrates (CSM), as it wants "to draft a more complex one," MJ spokesperson Cristina Lita told Agerpres.

2017-02-06 15:56:02

The Justice Ministry announced on Monday that it "isn′t concerned" with drawing up a draft law for the modification of the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code.

"The Justice Ministry isn't concerned with drawing up a draft law on the modification and addition of Law No 286/2009 on the Criminal Code and Law No 135/2010 on the Criminal Procedure Code. At present, the Justice Ministry is centralising the decisions ruled by the Constitutional Court in respect to the normative acts, and will analyse them in the coming period," the release points out.



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