The Romanian Constitutional Court (RCC) decided on Thursday that president Basescu has broken some constitutional aspects, but not serious enough to be suspended, a Court release informs.

The final word belong to the Parliament, the institution that has the right to vote whether the president should be suspended or not.

According to CCR, president Basescu's actions "are not of nature to determine the suspension of Romania's president, as such actions are defined by the Constitution".

According to the existing Constitution, the actions must come against major articles of the law.

The court also decided that the president doesn't have a veto in naming ministers, but may ask the prime minister to change his potions in case that candidate doesn't fulfill the necessary legal conditions.