The Emergency Ordinance no. 98/2021 for the rectification of the state social insurance budget for 2021 was published in the Official Gazette, Part I no. 859 of September 8, 2021.
The Rules of Procedure of the OLAF Supervisory Committee is published in the Official Journal of the European Union no. L 308/66 of 1 September 2021.
The Supervisory Committee of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) (hereinafter “the Committee”) carries out the tasks set out in Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1605/2002. 883/2013 and Commission Decision 1999/352 / EC, ECSC, Euratom of 28 April 1999 establishing OLAF (1), in order to strengthen OLAF’s independence in the performance of its tasks, whether in relation to any government, institution, body or agency, as well as to ensure the proper exercise of OLAF’s powers.
To this end, the Committee shall regularly monitor OLAF’s performance of its investigative function and strengthen the independence of the Director-General of OLAF in the exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1605/2002. 883/2013 and Commission Decision 1999/352 of 28 April 1999. The Committee shall also assist the Director-General in carrying out his responsibilities.
The Committee shall monitor the proper exercise by OLAF of its investigative powers in accordance with the procedural guarantees applicable to OLAF’s legal framework and those set out in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, as well as with EU treaties and secondary legislation, including the Protocol on privileges and immunities of the European Union and the Staff Regulations of Officials of the EU.
In the Official Journal of the European Union no. L 313 of 6 September 2021 is published the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2021/1444 of 17 June 2021 supplementing Directive 2014/94 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards standards on charging points for electric buses.
On Monday, September 6, 2021, the Legislative Council announced that the electronic format of the Official Gazette is available free of charge, freely and permanently on www.clr.ro, in the section “Evidence of Romanian legislation”, according to a press release.
In order to fulfill the obligation to keep the official record of the Romanian legislation, provided in art. 79 paragraph (1) of the Romanian Constitution, the Legislative Council makes available to all interested parties its database that contains information on normative acts and legislative interventions suffered by them over time.