Law No. 72 Of 16 July 1994 On Empowering The Government To Issue Ordinances

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 72 din 16 iulie 1994 privind abilitarea Guvernului de a emite ordonanţe

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LAW No. 72 of 16 July 1994 on empowering the Government to issue ordinances published in PARLIAMENT ISSUING the OFFICIAL GAZETTE NR. 190 of 25 July 1994, the Romanian Parliament adopts this law.


Article 1 pursuant to article 6. 114 para. (1) of the Constitution, the Government of Romania as the link settlement after the entry into force of this law until the resumption of Parliament on the second regular session of 1994, to issue decrees in the following areas: improvement of the regulations) relating to value added tax, corporation tax, as well as modification of fees for consular services, the use of public roads and for some services in ports and airports; the relief from customs duties to imported goods and services, or directly from aid-funded loans or grants for non-profit activities; establishment of a fee for border crossings with a view to the establishment of resources intended for social protection; the establishment and use of the special fund for the development of the national power system; measures to ensure the funding of actions related to the continuation of the land fund law enforcement;
  

(b) the ratification of international treaties) regarding the non-reimbursable economic assistance, foreign loans granted to Romania, as well as economic cooperation, technical and commercial, including amendments to such agreements; the State guarantee of foreign loans; adoption of measures on the issue and keeping passports; settlement of the payment of contributions and dues to international organizations;
  

c) improvement of procedures and mechanisms relating to the privatization of companies with state capital, as well as measures of organisation of activity of the autonomous public corporations; the establishment of facilities for the development of mountain tourism and rural areas, as well as on the Black Sea and the Danube Delta, measures and sanctions to protect the environment; measures for the restructuring of the central public administration bodies and reduced their staff;
  

d) take measures to boost financial of some 1900 and companies with state capital, repayment of maturing rates of domestic public debt, formation and use of the resources developed through the State Treasury; the State guarantees for domestic loans and risk fund for such guarantees, and land regularization exercise relating to 1993 with the prior opinion of the Court of Auditors, improving rules on the financing of research activities and technological design; measures regulating financial issues into the work of S.N.C.F.R.;
  

e) some measures to strengthen financial discipline and reduction of outstanding payments in the economy, including rules relating to the payment of penalties; measures to improve the regulation of risk fund in the banking business;
  

(f) measures governing the Organization) and the financing of export-import operations that are carried out through clearing, barter and international economic cooperation; regulating the import and export of strategic products; the establishment of facilities for raw materials and components for the production of non-existent in the country of export;
  

g) updating of rules and regulatory personnel spending for public authorities and institutions; establishment of forms of financial support and material for religious denominations;
  

h) establishing facilities for engaging in educational work of graduates; improving ranking wage coefficients of the basis for budget-sector staff;
  

I) updating administrative fines laid down limits through regulations in force on June 1, 1994;
  

j) establishment of technical and financial regulations relating to the implementation of the safety and protection of built disaster caused by natural phenomena; regulating the Administration and preservation of the heritage of schools; measures for regularization of the premises and facilities of the regime who belonged to research institutes and technological firms design and they have five daughters;
  

k) organizing the activity of Chartered and certified accountants;
  

l) establishing rules relating to the protection of the national cultural heritage.
  


Article 2 In article 41(2). 114 para. (3) of the Constitution until he resumes the work of Parliament in the second regular session of 1994, the ordinances issued by the Government pursuant to art. 1 of this law will be submitted to Parliament for approval, according to the legislative procedure, under penalty of termination of their effects.
Statutory instruments made by the Government pursuant to paragraph 1. 1 will be debated in an emergency procedure.


Article 3 in the areas referred to in this law unconstitutional, if it were adopted draft laws or legislative proposals by one of the Chambers of Parliament or have been compiled and submitted reports by standing committees, they will be considered by the Government to issue ordinances.
This law was adopted by the Senate at its meeting on 22 June 1994, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
SENATE PRESIDENT Prof. Dr. O'LEARY GAITAN this law was adopted by the Chamber of deputies at its meeting on 28 June 1994, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
p. CHAMBER of DEPUTIES PRESIDENT JOHN GACHUIRI-— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —