Thursday , May 26 2022
Home / Yearbook nr. XIX/2018 / Oana RĂVAŞ, Ramona Maria BĂDESCU, Legal Regime of the Motion of Censure, Parliament’s Means of Controlling the Government’s Activity

Oana RĂVAŞ, Ramona Maria BĂDESCU, Legal Regime of the Motion of Censure, Parliament’s Means of Controlling the Government’s Activity

Oana RĂVAŞ
Lecturer PhD., University of Petroşani, Faculty of Sciences, Romania;
E-mail: oana.ravas@gmail.com.

Ramona Maria BĂDESCU
PhD., Legal Adviser to the Sibiu County Constabulary Inspectorate, Romania;
E-mail: badescuramona30@yahoo.com

Published on December 4, 2018

Abstract
The Government acts in its full power to carry out its duties, parliamentary control being exercised only within the limits of constitutional provisions and only by using the ways and procedures that the Constitution provides to Parliament. The Constitution, recognizing the existence of political responsibility, merely regulates it from a procedural point of view so as to limit as far as possible any possibility of committing abuses by Parliament by adopting a motion of censure and to ensure guarantees of stability for the Government.

Keywords
ministerial liability, Government, Parliament, motion of censure, Constitution.

References:

  1. Nicolae Popa, General theory of law, Bucharest, Actami Publishing House, 1996.
  2. Antonie Iorgovan, Treaty of administrative law, vol. II, second revision, Bucharest, Nemira Publishing House, 1996.
  3. Mircea Preda, The authorities of public administration. The Romanian constitutional system, Bucharest, Lumina Lex Publishing House, 1999.
  4. Dan Claudiu Danişor, Constitutional law and political institutions, vol. 1, Bucharest, Scientific Publishing House, 1997
  5. Ioan Vida, Executive power and public administration, Official Gazette Publishing House, Bucharest, 2004.
  6. Dan Claudiu Danişor, Constitutional law and political institutions,, vol. 1, Bucharest, C.H. Beck, Publishing House, 2017.
  7. Deleanu Ion, Constitutional Institutions and Procedures – in Romanian and Comparative Law, Bucharest, C.H. Beck Publishing House, 2006.
  8. Iorgovan Antonie, Tratat de drept administrativ, vol. II, second revision, Bucharest, Nemira Publishing House, 1996.

Check Also

Livia POGAN, A Chronological Perspective on Work-life Balance

Livia POGAN Teaching Assistant, PhD., Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University “Lucian Blaga” of …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.