Attila VARGA - Efficiency of the exception and its effects on law-making

The paper analyzes the efficiency of the exception and its effects on law-making in Romania.

The author highlights a number of deviations from constitutional norms that Parliament and Government make within law making process, when fail to put the norms declared unconstitutional in accordance with the Constitution.

The author gives examples from practice and statistical data regarding the activity of Parliament, Government and Constitutional Court.

The author also makes a number of proposals for improving the activity of the Constitutional Court in terms of law-making in Romania. 

 

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