Deputies' Chamber judicial commission issues approving report on ANI Law

Publish date: 11-08-2010
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The Judicial Commission in the lower Deputies' Chamber has issued an approving report on the National Integrity Agency (ANI) Law in an unanimous vote, after four-hour long debates.

'I believe that what we did in the Judicial Commission today will resist any attack at the Constitutional Court, since we tried to observe the legal technique norms as well as to respect the right to a private life. I firmly believe that the document that resulted here, today will resist before the Constitutional Court', Commission chairman Democratic Liberal Daniel Buda stressed.

He announced that the commission reintroduced the inquiry commissions attached to the Courts of Appeal, that had been removed by the Senate from the draft law. They deputies also introduced a single form of the asset declaration. The new form has the identification data concealed, Buda said, adding it includes ‘absolutely everything', ranging from the dignitary's jewellery to accounts and houses

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