The Procedure of Government Undertaking Liability in Front of the Parliament

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The Constitutional provisions regulate the Government possibility to undertake the political liability for a program, a general policy statement or a draft law in front of the Parliament. The purpose of Government political liability for its initiative consists in its decision to continue the given mandate of trust only under the term of the approval for the program, the general policy statement or draft law submitted in joint session of the Chamber of Deputies and Senate.

1. M. Constantinescu, A. Iorgovan, I. Muraru, E.S. Tănăsescu, Constituţia României revizuită - comentarii şi explicaţii, Editura Rosetti, Bucharest, 2003;

2. I. Deleanu, Instituţii şi proceduri constituţionale - în dreptul român şi în dreptul comparat, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2007;

3. T. Drăganu, Drept constituţional şi instituţii politice. Tratat elementar, vol. II, Editura Lumina Lex, Bucharest, 1998;

5. C. Ionescu, Tratat de drept constituţional contemporan, 2nd edition, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucharest;

6. A. Iorgovan, Tratat de drept administrativ, vol. I, 4th edition, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2005;

7. I. Muraru, E.S. Tănăsescu, Drept constituţional şi instituţii politice, 12th edition, vol. II, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2006;

8. N.M. Stoicu, Drept constituțional și instituții politice, vol. II, Editura Casa Cărții de Știință, Cluj-Napoca, 2014;

9. N.M. Stoicu, Controlul parlamentar asupra puterii executive, Editura Casa cărții de Știință, Cluj-Napoca, 2014;

10. M. Preda, Drept administrativ. Partea specială, reviewed and updated edition based on the applicable law, on September 1, 2001, Editura Lumina Lex, 2001;

11. I. Vida, Legistica formală. Introducerea în tehnica şi procedura legislativă, 3rd reviewed and completed edition, Editura Lumina Lex, Bucharest, 2006.

1. I. Vida, Legistica formală. Introducerea în tehnica şi procedura legislativă, 3rd reviewed and supplemented edition, Bucharest, 2006, p. 261 and following

2. I. Deleanu, Instituţii şi proceduri constituţionale - în dreptul român şi în dreptul comparat, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2007, p. 655.

3. Idem.

4. T. Drăganu, Drept constituţional şi instituţii politice. Tratat elementar, vol. II, Editura Lumina Lex, Bucureşti, 1998, p. 172.

5. M. Preda, Drept administrativ. Partea specială, reviewed and updated edition based on the applicable law, on September 1, 2001, Editura Lumina Lex, 2001, p. 135.

6. C. Ionescu, Tratat de drept constituţional contemporan, 2nd edition, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2008, p. 273.

7. N.M. Stoicu, Drept constituțional și instituții politice, vol. II, Editura Casa Cărții de Știință, Cluj-Napoca, 2014, p. 94.

8. The days set by the parliamentary rules are considered as full days and not working days. In this regard, to see the Decizia Curţii Constituţionale/ Decision of the Constitutional Court no. 233 of December 20, 1999, published in the Official Journal of Romania, part I, no. 638 of December 28, 1999.

9. The 2003 review of the Constitution brought some changes meant to reinforce and strengthen the Parliament legislative function, among others also by reducing, respectively conditioning Government role in the law-making activity. The provisions of art. 114 par. (3) of the Constitution have been changed, stipulating the possibility that the draft law presented by the Government under liability procedure is regarded as adopted with amendments of modification and completion proposed by deputies and senators, if the respective wording was accepted by the Government (I. Muraru, E.S. Tănăsescu, Drept constituţional şi instituţii politice / Constitutional Law and Political Institutions, 12-th edition, vol. II, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2006, p. 234).

10. The vote of no confidence is submitted to the Standing Offices of the two Chambers and is notified to the Government by the President of the Chamber of Deputies, on the day where it was submitted, so that the Government to be able to build its defense knowing its contents (A. Iorgovan, in M. Constantinescu, A. Iorgovan, I. Muraru, E.S. Tănăsescu, Constituţia României revizuită - comentarii şi explicaţii, Editura Rosetti, Bucharest, 2003, p. 212).

11. I. Vida, Legistica formală - Introducere în tehnica şi procedura legislativă, op. cit., p. 264.

12. I. Deleanu, Instituţii şi proceduri constituţionale în dreptul intern şi în dreptul comparat, op. cit., p. 659-670.

13. T. Drăganu, Drept constituţional şi instituţii politice, vol. II, op. cit., p. 177.

14. A. Iorgovan, Tratat de drept administrativ, vol. I, 4th edition, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2005, p. 428.

15. N.M. Stoicu, Controlul parlamentar asupra puterii executive, Editura Casa cărții de Știință, Cluj-Napoca, 2014, p. 416 and following.

16. In this regard, to see art. 114 alin. (4) and 77 alin. (2) of the Romanian Constitution.

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