The government approved the draft law on the search for missing persons. UPDATE: Amendment on the implementation of an information system to ensure the real-time transmission of information between institutions
On Friday, October 22, 2021, the Romanian Senate informed that Senator Nicoleta Pauliuc, chairman of the Committee for Defense, Public Order and National Security in the upper house of Parliament, proposed an amendment according to which the Romanian Police will have to implement an integrated information system to ensure real-time transmission of information and communications in cases of missing persons, according to a statement.
The integrated information system will ensure real-time communication between STS (112), the Romanian Police, the Prosecutor’s Office and the Court. The creation of this system will eliminate communication or other problems that may delay the start of specific search procedures for missing persons.
This system has two main purposes:
– speed of data transmission, obtaining authorisations and carrying out concrete activities in the field;
– compliance with the constitutional requirements related to the protection of privacy and the processing of personal data, by the fact that any intrusive measures to search for the missing are ordered by magistrates.
The implementation of the system could be the first example of the complete digitisation of an activity carried out by several state institutions.
On Thursday, October 21, 2021, the Ministry of Justice launched for public debate the draft Order of the Minister of Justice amending the Regulation on the recognition of the professional qualification of legal advisor of citizens of EU Member States or belonging to the European Economic Area, for admission and practice in Romania , approved by Order of the Minister of Justice no. 1813/2008.
In the Official Gazette, Part I no. 988 of October 15, 2021, Decision no. 1113/2021 for the approval of the Regulation on the evaluation of the professional activity of judges.
The evaluation of judges aims to establish their level of professional competence and aims to improve professional performance, increase the efficiency of court activity and public confidence in the judiciary, maintaining and strengthening the quality of the judiciary.
If the evaluation period started after the entry into force of Law no. 242/2018 for the amendment and completion of Law no. 303/2004 on the status of judges and prosecutors, as subsequently amended and supplemented, the evaluation of judges shall be carried out in accordance with this Regulation, the provisions of which shall be immediately applicable.
Entry into force: 15 October 2021
On Thursday, October 21, 2021, the Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration launched in public debate the draft Government Decision approving the Action Plan for the implementation of the National Long-Term Renovation Strategy to support the renovation of the national park of residential and non-residential buildings, both public as well as private and its gradual transformation into a real estate park with a high level of energy efficiency and decarbonate by 2050 – stage 1 – 2022-2030.