The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) on Thursday rejected the constitutionality challenge related to the modification of the Law regarding integrity in exercising public function.
CCR told Agerpres that, as part of the control mechanism that precedes the promulgation of the law, with respect to the alleged unconstitutionality of the provisions of the Law on modification of the Law no. 176/2010 on integrity in exercising public offices, and on the modification and completion of the Law no. 144/2007, regarding the setting up, organization and functioning of the National Agency for Integrity (ANI), as well as on the modification and completion of some normative documents.
"After deliberations, the Constitutional Court, with a majority of votes, rejected the constitutionality challenge as unfounded, and found that the provisions of the law in question are constitutional versus the observations made," said the release.