ANI Law is adopted quasi-unanimously by SenatePublish date: 13-05-2010
The draft law on the integrity consolidation in the exercise of public positions and offices, regulating the activity of the National Agency for Integrity (ANI), was adopted on Wednesday with 92 votes 'in favor', one 'against' and an abstention.
According to the Law on the integrity consolidation in the exercise of public positions and offices, adopted on Wednesday by the Senate, ANI maintains its legal statute, but the investigation commissions attached to the Courts of Appeal will no longer exist.
The Senate adopted quasi-unanimously the draft law, in its capacity of decisional chamber, the version of the commissions having competence being amended through the acceptance of only two of the 62 amendments initially rejected.
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