Minister of Internal Affairs Carmen Dan declared on Friday that the decision regarding the drafting of an emergency ordinance amending the Criminal Codes was a political one, and such an approach "is not a bad thing", saying that whether it is possible to carry on with this objective still needs to be "technically" established.
"It was a political decision, a decision which, at the time, just as the prime minister of Romania announced, was assumed by the Government. We will further see, technically, if we can move forward in achieving this objective. I believe it is necessary and I believe that an OUG [Emergency Ordinance, ed.n.] on the articles that were declared constitutional is not a bad thing," Carmen Dan said, at the seat of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
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Asked if the Government will limit itself to solely aligning some provisions of the Codes with the decisions of the CCR (Constitutional Court of Romania), Dan specified that an analysis is being carried out.
"They are in the works with the experts, there are talks, an analysis is being made and I can assure you that the right decision will be made," the minister added.