Internal Organization And Administrative Activity Of The Constitutional Court Of Romania
As guarantor of the supremacy of the Romanian Constitution, the Constitutional Court is given, by the fundamental law of the State, a set of both jurisdictional and administrative attributes. A proper functioning of the Constitutional Court would not be possible in the lack of an internal structural organization, on the one hand, and the internal regulation of general procedural rules for running activities, on the other hand. Thus, the internal organization of the Court resides in: the President of the Court, having very important role and responsibilities, related both to jurisdictional and administrative aspects, elected out of the Constitutional Judges, the plenary sessions of the Constitutional Court, as current means of developing activities, and a working body formed of the assistant magistrates, run by the President of the Court and the General Secretariat led by a Secretary General. The jurisdictional and administrative activity is performed pursuant to the general structural procedures stipulated by the Romanian Constitution, the Law of organization and functioning of the Constitutional Court no. 47/1992 and by the Organization and Functioning Standing Orders of the Constitutional Court.
Volume (Year): 36 (2009)
Issue (Month): (March)
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