Law No. 30 Of May 18, 1994 On The Ratification Of The Convention For The Protection Of Human Rights And Fundamental Freedoms And Of The Additional Protocols To This Convention

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 30 din 18 mai 1994 privind ratificarea Convenţiei pentru apărarea drepturilor omului şi a libertăţilor fundamentale şi a protocoalelor adiţionale la aceasta convenţie

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Law No. 30 of May 18, 1994 (* updated *) on the ratification of the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms and of the additional protocols to this Convention (updated until 8 December 2014 *) ISSUER-PARLIAMENT------Parliament adopts this law.


Article 1 shall be ratified the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, done at Rome on 4 November 1950, as amended by protocols No. 3 of 6 May 1963, nr. 5 of 20 January 1966 and no. 8 of 19 March 1985 and supplemented with Protocol. 2 of 6 May 1963, which form part of it.


Article 2 shall ratify, too: the first additional Protocol to the Convention, Paris, 20 March 1952; Protocol 1. 4 recognizing certain rights and freedoms other than those already enshrined in the Convention and in the first additional protocol to the Convention, Strasbourg, 16 September 1963; Protocol 1. 6 concerning abolition of the death penalty, the Strasbourg, 28 April 1983; Protocol 1. 7, Strasbourg, 22 November 1984; Protocol 1. 9, Rome, 6 November 1990, and Protocol. 10, Strasbourg, 25 March 1992.


Article 3 In article 41(2). 25 and 46 of the Convention, Romania recognizes the right to appeal in front of the European Commission of human rights and the jurisdiction of the European Court of human rights with regard to the rights contained in the European Convention on human rights, as well as in Protocol. 4 recognizing certain rights and freedoms other than those already enshrined in the Convention and in the first additional Protocol to the Convention, Strasbourg, 16 September 1963, and in Protocol 2. 7, Strasbourg, 22 November 1984, for cases where violations of the rights guaranteed by these texts intervenes after their entry into force for Romania.


Article 4 shall be ratified the European Convention on human rights and its additional protocols with the next book and statement: — — — — — — — — — — point 1 of article 2. 4 was removed on the basis of the provisions of art. 1 of law No. 345 of 12 July 2004, published in Official Gazette No. 668 of 26 July 2004. See in this respect article 1. 5 of the Convention.
2. Romania interprets art. 2 of the first Protocol additional to the Convention as neimpunând additional financial obligations relating to private educational establishments, other than those laid down by national law.


Article 5 the Convention and the protocols referred to in article 1. 1 and 2 are set out in the annexes to the present law.

This law was adopted by the Senate at its meeting on 18 April 1994, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.

p. SENATE CHAIRMAN ION SADANI this law was adopted by the Chamber of deputies at its meeting on 9 May 1994, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.

PRESIDENT of the CHAMBER of DEPUTIES ADRIAN NASTASE CONVENTION 04/11/1950