Transposition and/or implementation of European Union law by means of Government Emergency Order. Requirements set in the case-law of the Constitutional Court of Romania

Curentul juridic, Year XVIII, NO. 2 (61) 2015, 49-56

8 Pages Posted: 6 Jul 2015

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Irina Alexe

Legal Research Institute of the Romanian Academy

Constantin-Mihai Banu

Center for European Legal Studies, Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy

Date Written: July 6, 2015

Abstract

The article critically discusses the perspective of the Constitutional Court of Romania concerning the practice of using Government emergency orders (acts regulated by Article 115 of the Constitution of Romania) in order to transpose European Union directives or to implement provisions of European Union law into Romanian law.

Keywords: Constitutional Court of Romania, Government emergency order, EU law, transposition and implementation; urgency, exceptional circumstances

JEL Classification: EU law, constitutional law

Suggested Citation

Alexe, Irina and Banu, Constantin-Mihai, Transposition and/or implementation of European Union law by means of Government Emergency Order. Requirements set in the case-law of the Constitutional Court of Romania (July 6, 2015). Curentul juridic, Year XVIII, NO. 2 (61) 2015, 49-56. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2627024

Irina Alexe

Legal Research Institute of the Romanian Academy ( email )

Calea 13 Septembrie no.13, corp B, et. 4, sector 5
Bucharest, 050711
Romania

Constantin-Mihai Banu (Contact Author)

Center for European Legal Studies, Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy ( email )

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