REPERE ISTORICE ALE DELEG?RII DE PUTERE (I)

Authors

  • Tudor Oniga

Abstract

Our pursuit aims to perform a historical excursion in the matter of legislative delegation considering the fact that the adoption of laws is exclusively the Parliament’s capacity, but, under certain constitutional provisioned circumstances the Government may also adopt normative deeds with law value, although these are not called laws but Government ordinances. Two conclusions stand out, namely that legislative delegation was sometimes practiced but not regulated, as well as that normative legal deeds featuring law’s legal force could also be adopted by other public authorities, arguing on the constitutional principle of the existence of a sole centre for legislative impulses.

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Studies and Articles