The applications at the Constitutional Court will be examined within four months, not six months as until now. A bill to this effect was passed by Parliament in the final reading on April 18, IPN reports.
At the justified request of the sides, when there are circumstances that can affect the basic human rights and fundamental freedoms, the Constitutional Court will examine the application within 30 days of the registration.
Under the bill, the normative documents challenged in the Constitutional Court, which affect the basic human rights and fundamental freedoms, will have legal effect only after a definitive decision is passed on the case.
According to the bill author, unaffiliated MP Sergiu Sarbu, the Constitutional Court often delays the examination of challenges. Different negative effects and irreversible consequences can appear meanwhile.