Efectele moțiunii de cenzură asupra mandatului miniștrilor și al guvernului

Ramona Delia Popescu, Andrei Gheorghe


This article is mainly intended to answer the question of whether the filing of a motion of censure within the 45-day period which the Prime Minister has for the appointment of an incumbent minister, as a result of office vacancy by resignation and dismissal, determines the interruption of this term. Thus, the mandate of the Government becomes a mandate with limited powers. At the same time, we will clarify whether the provisions of art. 106 of the fundamental law on the causes of termination of the mandate of the members of the Government are still applicable in the case of a Government with limited powers. In addition, we will try to define the meaning of the construction ‘administration of public affairs’.

Cuvinte cheie

incumbent minister; interim minister; office vacancy; resignation from office; dismissal from office; motion of censure; ceasing of mandate; acts of administration of public affairs.

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