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Democrat Liberals challenge the way MP ministers are investigated

de A.C.
Luni, 7 iulie 2008, 8:59 English | Politics

Democrat Liberals (PD-L) will challenge at the Constitutional Court on Monday the provisions of the House of Deputies interior regulations regarding the way ministers who also serve as members of the Parliament can be investigated. PD-L party leader Emil Boc explained that these provisions clearly breach the fundamental law on the necessary number of votes needed to launch an investigation.

Boc declared that a minister-MP is sent to court with the vote of a two thirds of the number of deputies while the country's President can be suspended with half plus one votes of the Parliament.

Last week, the House of Deputies did not manage to take a vote on whether Social Democrats high officials Adrian Nastase and Miron Mitrea should be investigated by anti-graft prosecutors. The main reason for which a vote was postponed was that there was no quorum: some 220 votes were needed but only 208 were expressed. Thus the vote was postponed for the Fall session of the Parliament.

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