Romania’s Constitutional Court decided on Tuesday that the law on education is constitutional, rejecting the complaints submitted by the Senate’s Speaker Mircea Geoana and by opposition parliamentarians, Romanian news agency Agerpres informs.

The decision is final and the law on education will be sent to the President to be promulgated. After four hours of debates, judges at the Court decided that the law on education is constitutional.

The decision was taken with seven votes for and two against. Education minister Daniel Funeriu declared for that he does not comment the decisions of the Court even if they are in his favor or not. He declared that a decision is implemented, no questions asked.