A FEW RELEVANT ASPECTS FROM THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT’S JURISPRUDENCE REGARDING THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN
Mircea ?tefan Minea, Anca Mihaela Georoceanu ()
Fiat Iustitia, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 206-219
Romania's Constitutional Court – in its already long judicial activity, has held on numerous occasions with respect to certain legal texts devoted to child protection. In the present study we only selected a few relevant decisions, the brief summaries of which being intended to illustrate the concern of the constitutional court towards ensuring the undivided respect of the child’s superior interest. Given the succession of the laws applicable to the field of child protection, a series of issues have been raised in judicial practice, some decided upon by the courts, others by the Constitutional Court. As described in the title, we will refer only to the Constitutional Court’s jurisprudence.
Keywords: Romania's Constitutional Court; Superior Interest of Child; European Court of Human Rights’ judicial practice. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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