Final and Transitory Provisions

Final and Transitory Provisions

Final and Transitory Provisions

Final and Transitory Provisions

- Constitution of Romania

TITLE VIII - Final and transitory provisions

ARTICLE 153 - Coming into force This Constitution shall come into force on the date of its adoption by referendum. On the same day, the Constitution of 21 August 1965 is and remains fully repealed.
ARTICLE 154 - Temporal conflict of laws
(1) The laws and all other normative acts shall apply as far as they do not contravene the provisions of this Constitution.
(2) The Legislative Council shall examine, within 12 months of the date of coming into force of the law on its organization, the compliance of legislation with this Constitution and shall accordingly advance proposals to Parliament or to the Government, as the case may be.
ARTICLE 155 - Transitory provisions
(1) The bills and legislative proposals pending the legislation shall be debated and adopted in compliance with the constitutional provisions existing before the coming into force of the revision law.
(2) The institutions stipulated by the Constitution, existing on the date of coming into force of the revision law, shall operate until the setting up of the new ones.
(3) The provisions of paragraph (1) of article 83 shall apply starting from the next presidential term of office.
(4) The provisions regarding the High Court of Cassation and Justice shall be implemented within 2 years at most of the date of coming into force of the revision law.
(5) The judges in office of the Supreme Court of Justice and the audit advisers appointed by the Parliament shall continue their activity until the term of office for which they were appointed expires. To ensure the renewal of the Court of Audit every 3 years, on the expiry of the term of office of the current audit advisers, these may be appointed for another 3-year or 6-year term of office.
(6) Until the establishment of specialized courts of law, the disputes resulting from the activity of the Court of Audit shall be solved by ordinary courts of law.
ARTICLE 156 - Republication of the Constitution

The law for the revision of the Constitution shall be published in the Official Gazette of Romania within 5 days of the date of its passing. The Constitution, amended and completed, after its approval by referendum, shall be republished by the Legislative Council, by updating the denominations and renumbering the texts.

Constitution of Romania

General Principles
Fundamental Rights Freedoms and Duties
Common provisions
Fundamental Rights and Freedoms
Fundamental Duties
Advocate of the People
Public Authorities
Parliament
Organization and functioning
Statute of Deputies and Senators
Legislation
President of Romania
Government
Relations between Parliament and the Government
Public Administration
Specialized Central Public Administration
Local Public Administration
Judicial Authority
Courts of Law
Public Ministry
Superior Council of Magistracy
Economy and Public Finance
Constitutional Court
Euro Atlantic Integration
Revision of the Constitution
Final and Transitory Provisions
Constitution Romania Final And Transitory Provisions 2023
Chasing the elusive accession: Western Balkan’s quest for EU membership Observer Research Foundation
The European Union and the war in Ukraine: liberal power and its ... La Fondation Robert Schuman
Abortion a surprise focus of the South Carolina Legislature Oil City Derrick
California Gov. Newsom proposes cuts to climate change programs ... Oil City Derrick