Special report on Justice January 23, 2016
The two Emergency Ordinances on collective pardoning and on amending the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code were published in the transparency section of the Ministry of Justice after the Government Sitting of January 18, 2017, presided by President Klaus Iohannis. Rumors and media reports citing political sources indicating that the Government was going to speedily adopt the two Ordinances on Wednesday, January 18, prompted President Klaus Iohannis to take part in the weekly Government Sitting, after a discussion with Minister of Justice Florin Iordache and Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, January 11 -18, 2017
President Klaus Iohannis made use of his constitutional powers and presided over the Government sitting of January 18, 2017. His presence at Victoria Palace was motivated by rumors that the Government was planning to adopt an amnesty and pardon legislation by means of Emergency Ordinances, without putting the bills up for public debate. PM Sorin Grindeanu attended the Government Sitting, although he was on his way to join Liviu Dragnea in the US for the inaugural ceremony of President-Elect Donald Trump, and had already mandated vice-Prime-Minister Sevil Shhaideh to replace him. Prime minister Sorin Grindeanu's decizion to mandate Sevil Shhaideh to temporarily replace him during January 18-22 was published in the Official Gazette one day before the Government Sitting, on January 17.


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Weekly Policy and Political Report, January 9-16, 2017
The Senate and the Chamber of Deputies convened in a Joint Plenary session on Monday, January 16, with two subjects on the agenda: mandating the Budget Committees to conduct an investigation into the two budget adjustments passed by the Government led by Dacian Cioloș, and appointing the membership of the Committees in charge with controlling the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) and Foreign Intelligence Services (SIE). PSD is going to hold the presidency of the Committee for SRI, whereas PNL is going to hold the presidency of the Committee for SIE.


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Progress Report on Fiscal Policies, January 9-16
On Wednesday, January 11th, PM Sorin Grindeanu and Minister of Public Finances Viorel Ștefan met with President Klaus Iohannis to present the data the National Committee for Forecast provided for the 2017 State Budget Project. One of the priorities mentioned by PM Sorin Grindeanu is the implementation of PSD’s Governing Program. Apart from the Program’s priorities, the discussion revolved around the measures designed to support the economy growth rate.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, January 4 - 11, 2017
The Cabinet led by Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu was sworn into office on Wednesday, January 4, the same day the President’s Official Decree investing the Government was published in the Official Gazette. The next day, January 5, the Parliament was summoned in an extraordinary session in order to adopt the bill allowing the Government to issue Ordinances during the Parliamentary recess. The bill was passed in both Chambers on Thursday. PNL, USR and PMP were quick to challenge the law at the Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) who is going to discuss the matter on Thursday, January 12.


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