Judicial Independence in Romania
Title: Judicial Independence in Romania
Citation: Anja SEIBERT-FOHR (ed.), Judicial Independence in Transition, Heidelberg/New York/Dordrecht/London, Springer, 2012, 835-881, Beiträge zum ausländischen öffentlichen Recht und Völkerrecht, Vol. 233
As in many recent democracies of Central and Eastern Europe, in Romania the process of judicial reform and modernization is still ongoing. Judicial reform began de jure after the collapse of the communist regime, when a new Constitution (1991) and a new Law on the Organization of the Judiciary (Law no. 92/1992) were adopted. The new democratic Constitution condemned the basic principles of the communist regime “in an attempt to break away from the strong procuracy and weak judiciary that characterized the system under Ceausescu”.
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