Simplification of the National Legislation – a Prequosite for the Improvement of the Legislative Regulatory Framework in Romania

Cezar Corneliu MANDA


In the context of an unprecedent increased number of legislative normative acts adopted at state level, and meant mainly to reflect the complex and multiple transformations that occur in the social relations, in the attempt to correlate the results of the law creation process with the Romanian realities, finding out proper solutions able to contribute to the legislative regulatory framework improvement in Romania represents an urgent need. The legislative simplification represents one of the legal existing solutions and concurrently an efficient instrument to stop the regulation excess by dwindling the number of the legislative acts and by increasing correlatively their quality, in the ample context of assuring the coherence, unity and flexibility of the entire national legislation framework. Under these circumstances, the author undertakes the task to tackle mainly the simplification legislation activity, from the point of view of its prerequisites, of the applicable legal system, of the specific principles and objectives and respectively of the concrete legal instruments meant to facilitate it at applicative level. It can justify in this manner the need to strengthen the role of simplifying mechanisms, insisting to the same extent on the involvement and contribution of the public administration to this process.

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