On the Constitutional Court’s attribution to examine the constitutionality of legislative chambers’ and parliament’s decisions  Cover Image
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Despre atribuţia Curţii Constituţionale de a examina constituţionalitatea hotărârilor Camerelor legislative şi ale Parlamentului
On the Constitutional Court’s attribution to examine the constitutionality of legislative chambers’ and parliament’s decisions

Author(s): Cristian Ionescu
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence
Published by: C.H. Beck Publishing House - Romania
Keywords: constitutionality examination; decisions of the legislative Chambers and of the Parliament

Summary/Abstract: A fundamental rule of the judicial system is that, regarding the competence of a jurisdictional authority, the decisive role goes to the law, as a supreme act of the legislative will of the National Representative, both constituant and ordinary. Once established the subjective jurisdiction of a certain authority, constitutional or common, the elimination of certain attributions or, on the contrary, adding certain attributions, generate juridical chaos, instability, inequities and partisan subjectivity, if those modifications are not operated with the methods and the procedure provided by the main rules, and if they do not take into consideration the specific, the functions and the role of the mentioned authority. It is imperative that all attributions of a national authority are provided by regulations with identical juridical strength.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 08
  • Page Range: 463-467
  • Page Count: 5
  • Language: Romanian