COMBATING CORRUPTION OFFENCES
Keywords:corruption; strategy; combating tools; legislative framework; solutions;
Corruption remains a challenge at national and regional levels. This phenomenon affects society in the most diverse ways, being likely to generate negative consequences both in the economic and social life of citizens. At the level of the European Union, it is estimated that the phenomenon of corruption generates costs for the European community in the amount of 120 billion EURO,
and over 69% of European citizens consider corruption unacceptable.
The Constitution of Romania, republished;
The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union;
The Penal Code;
Law no. 78/2000 for the prevention, discovery and sanctioning of acts of corruption, with subsequent amendments and additions;
Law no. 303/2004 regarding the status of judges and prosecutors, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions;
Law no. 304/2004 on judicial organization, with subsequent amendments and additions;
Law no. 317/2004 regarding the Superior Council of Magistracy;
Law no. 47/1992 regarding the organization and functioning of the Constitutional Court, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions;
Law no. 6/2021 regarding the establishment of measures for the implementation of Council Regulation (EU) 2017/1.939 of October 12, 2017 on the
implementation of a form of consolidated cooperation regarding the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO);
Emergency Ordinance no. 43/2002 regarding the National Anti-Corruption Directorate, with subsequent amendments and additions;
Emergency Ordinance no. 71/2022 for the amendment of Article 155 (1) of Law no. 286/2009 regarding the Criminal Code;
Government Decision no. 1269/2021 regarding the approval of the National Anticorruption Strategy 2021 - 2025 and its related documents.
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