Interwar Regulations Regarding Romanian Civil Servants
The need to create special regulations for civil servants emerged in the interwar period because they lacked any guarantee of stability, being replaced, transferred and dismissed by authorities without any legal reason. Among the regulations regarding civil servants in the interwar period we can mention the Civil Servant Act, published in the Official Gazette no. 60 of June 19, 1923, the Decree no. 5506 of November 19, 1923, published in the Official Gazette no. 189, of November 23, 1923, and the Civil Servant Act of 1938.
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