Next week’s parliamentary agenda – Politics

Next week’s parliamentary agenda – Politics
Next week’s parliamentary agenda – Politics

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RADIO ROMANIA NEWS – The emergency ordinance regarding capping energy prices is on the work agenda of senators.

The document could be modified, given that several amendments have already been submitted.

And the report on the draft law on judicial organization is expected in the Special Commission for the new justice laws on Monday.

Petruţa Dinu presents the parliamentary agenda for next week: “The emergency ordinance regarding capping energy prices is at the specialized committees of the Senate, as the first chamber notified. The document would be fined for expanding the categories of beneficiaries of capped prices, including water and transport companies, religious institutions and generic medicine factories, as announced by the PSD leader, Marcel Ciolacu. Also at the Parliament, the members of the Special Commission for Justice Laws will resume the debates on the project regarding the status of judges and prosecutors. On Monday, the vote for the report on the project on judicial organization is also scheduled, which would later go to the plenary session of the Chamber, where the draft law on the organization of the SCM has already been adopted. Although the debates in the Special Commission are more technical, there are conflicting discussions between the opposition and the government on the need for an opinion from the Venice Commission. USR requests the postponement of the vote until the moment of receiving this opinion, while the Minister of Justice, Cătălin Predoiu, says that the rapid adoption of the package of laws on justice is the objective that will allow the lifting of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism in the case of Romania.”

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