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Political analyses and commentaries on “Justice and legal bodies” topic

Impact of the incapacity to elect the chief of state on Moldova’ European integration process (part II)
Igor Botan, February 3, 2012
Institutional crisis related to the Parliament’s incapacity to elect the chief of state is based on the antagonistic polarization of political scene, rather than on imperfect provisions of the Constitution[]
Impact of the incapacity to elect the chief of state on Moldova’ European integration process (part I)
Igor Botan, January 16, 2012
The incapacity of ruling alliance to elect the chief of state has a direct impact on Moldova’s European integration. Violation of the rule of law principles because of vanities and ambitions of AIE leaders are clearly contrary to the Copenhagen EU Membership criteria[]
Constitutional Court Decision: Yes for opportunities, No for solutions
Igor Botan, February 14, 2011
On February 8, 2011 the Constitutional Court (CC) has decided to discontinue consideration of notification of the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova (PCRM) on interpretation of Article 90 of the Constitution concerning the deadlines for setting the date for presidential elections[]
The three deteriorated pillars
Sergiu Grosu, September 15, 2006
Half of the term for the implementation o the European Union — Moldova Action Plan (EUMAP) has passed[]
Summary of ECHR judgments and decisions on appeals vs Moldova
Vladislav Gribincea, March 23, 2006
The summary of judgments and decisions of the European Court of Human Rights on appeals vs Moldova was worked out by Vladislav GRIBINCEA, jurist in the public organisation Lawyers for Human Rights[]
Causes of corruption in judiciary
Iustina Cibotari, November 2, 2003
Several days prior to the professional day of the jurisprudence, President Voronin addressed the Parliament and was rather critical on the judiciary system in the Republic of Moldova[]
Normative aspects of the lawyer profession in Moldova
Vitalie Nagacevschi, July 20, 2003
On 13 May 1999, the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova adopted the Law No. 395-XIV on Lawyers. According to this law, practising of the lawyer profession was conditional upon a given lawyer’s membership of the Union of Lawyers of the Republic of Moldova, the Union being a professional organisation of public right, instituted by the same law[]