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MPs sleep on "green laws"

Vineri, 20 iulie 2007, 0:00

Over half of the environment-related laws were initiated by the Government, a group of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) informed on Thursday, in an official report. Parliamentarians have an extreme low rate of assuming environment laws.
Even more, projects and drafts considered to have an impact on the environment became laws without even passing through the specialized parliamentarian commissions.

The monitoring report of the NGOs surveyed the activity of MPs and Government between January 1 and June 15 2007.

According to the release, the purpose of the monitoring was to see how the environment problems are approached by the parliamentarian commissions: the Public Administration and Ecologic Balance Commission, the Agriculture and Forest Commission and others.

According to the report, 27% of the laws affecting the environment weren't even discussed in the Commissions in the House of Deputies. 70% of them became laws.

The report also indicates that the drafts coming from the Government are most likely to be approved, while parliamentarian initiatives are usually rejected.

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