1.The Romanian Emergency Ordinance no. 44/2022 regarding the establishment of the measures under the health system in Romania, as well as for the interpretation, amendment and supplement of some normative acts in Romania
- To convicted person, the vaccination activity against COVID-19 in Romania is carried out exclusively through the Romanian medical offices from the Romanian penitentiary units, with the support of the county and Bucharest public health directorates, as part of the national vaccination program carried out by the Romanian Ministry of Health.
- The persons vaccinated against COVID-19 in Romania with the complete vaccination schedule, until the date of entry into force of this Romanian Emergency Ordinance, who have not picked up the meal vouchers on paper benefit from the food allowance, in the total amount of 20 EUR in the form of meal ticket on electronic support in Romania.
- The salary rights due to the posted Romanian employee are ensured from the Romanian state budget, through the budgets of the principal loan managers of the employers to whom the detachment was ordered, the transport is ensured by the Romanian General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, and the accommodation by the Romanian employer or, as the case may be, by the Romanian administrative-territorial unit.
2.The Romanian Decision no. 55/2022 regarding the admission of the objection of unconstitutionality of the provisions of the Law on the approval of the Government Emergency Ordinance no. 6/2016 regarding some measures for the execution of the technical supervision mandates ordered in the criminal trials in Romania, as well as the provisions of the art. I point 1 second sentence, of art. II point 1, of art. IV point 1, third sentence and of art. IV point 2 second sentence of the Romania Government Emergency Ordinance no. 6/2016 regarding some measures for the execution of the technical supervision mandates ordered in the criminal trials in Romania, adopted by The Constitutional Court of Romania
- The Law for the approval of the Romanian Government Emergency Ordinance no. 6/2016 regarding some measures for the execution of the technical supervision mandates ordered in the criminal trial in Romania, as well as the provisions of art. I point 1 second sentence, of art. II point 1, of art. IV pt. 1 third sentence and of art. IV point 2 second sentence of the Romanian Government Emergency Ordinance no. 6/2016 regarding some measures for the execution of the Romanian technical supervision mandates ordered in the Romanian criminal trial/cases are unconstitutional.
- The Romanian Court considers that in the field of technical supervision, regulated by the Romanian Code of Criminal Procedure, the simple indication of a structure / entity / institution meant to execute the issued mandates, without its legal consecration, violates the principle of legality, because it is fundamental that the establishment, organization and the operation of the institutions or other organizational structures shall be carried out according to the constitutional framework conferred by the Fundamental Law in Romania.
- The Romanian Court has previously noted that, given the intrusive nature of the technical supervision measures, it is mandatory that they be carried out within a clear, precise and predictable regulatory framework, both for the subject to such a measure and for the Romanian criminal prosecution bodies/court. Otherwise, it would be possible to violate some fundamental rights such as private/family life and the secrecy of correspondence in Romania.
- However, as regards the regulation of a system by which technical supervision mandate issued under the Romanian Code of Criminal Procedure may be enforced, the Romanian Court finds that it is not sufficient to indicate the name of a non-beneficiary structure / entity / institution or body which does not benefit from a regulation in Romania.