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RIGHT TO VOTE AND TO BE ELECTED IN AUTONOMOUS LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES FROM ROMANIA

Nicolae Ros ()

Fiat Iustitia, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 256-262

Abstract: „Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives, according to the art. 21 from Universal Declaration of Human Rights” Laws which governing organization, deployment, financing of local elections are: Law no. 115/2015 for the election of local authorities, respectively, Law no. 334/2006 on the financing of political parties and electoral campaigns. The sphere of electoral rights, conditions for exercising these rights and guarantees which accompany these rights, the obligations of the state bodies regarding elections, the rules of organization and conduct of autonomous local authorities elections are established by norms with constitutional status, rules with the rank of organic law, and also, enforcement rules adopted by the Government in local elections. Regarding the need to develop a compendium of laws containing electoral laws, written in a distinctive form, for each type of election presidential, parliamentary, local, inclusive regional – named Electoral Code, according to Law no. 24/2000, we support totally the point of view expressed by Professor Ioan Vida in the article “Romanian electoral adventure and a return to traditional electoral systems” from Electoral Expert Journal.

Keywords: election; laws; vote; citizens; public administration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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