Law No. 7 Of 11 January 2006 On The Status Of Public Functionary Mp

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 7 din 11 ianuarie 2006 privind statutul funcţionarului public parlamentar

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Law No. 7 of 11 January 2006 (* republished *) (* updated *) concerning the status of public functionary mp *) (updated on 21 august 2015) ISSUER-PARLIAMENT-------*) Republished pursuant to art. V of law No. 113/2009 for the modification and completion of the law #. 7/2006 on the status of civil servant, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 270 on 24 April 2009, posing a new texts.
Law No. 7/2006 on the status of public functionary parliamentary was published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 35 of 16 January 2006 and was suspended by Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 2/2006 for suspending the application of the provisions of law No. 7/2006 on the status of civil servant, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 133 of 13 February 2006 (rejected by law No. 271/2006, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 740 of 30 august 2006) and was subsequently published and supplemented by:-Law No. 120/2007 approving emergency Government Ordinance No. 88/2006 modifying and completing some legislative acts providing for social rights, as well as some measures in the area of personnel expenses, which shall be published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 299 of 4 May 2007;
-Law No. 221/2007 modifying and completing law No. 7/2006 on the status of civil servant, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 460 of 9 July 2007;
-Law No. 287/2007 on the amendment of art. 77 of law No. 7/2006 on the status of civil servant, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 749 of 5 November 2007.


Chapter I General provisions Article 1 (1) this Act regulates the status of civil servant within the parliamentary structures of the Romanian Parliament.
  

(2) for the purposes of this law, by means of specialized structures to the Chamber of Deputies and Senate carrying on the activities referred to in article 1. 3 and in article 13. 5 para. (2) article 2 of Parliament appointed civil servants in specialized structures of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate have a special status, duties and responsibilities conferred by them in furtherance of the constitutional powers of the Parliament.


Article 3 for the purposes of this law, the activities of parliamentarians and public servants that involve the exercise of constitutional powers of the Parliament are as follows: a) insurance in terms of technical and specialized development, drafting and finalising legislative acts;
  

b) elaborating studies and comparative analyses, syntheses, in order to improve and the improvement of the legal framework;
  

c) Organization, presentation and drawing up the work of parliamentary committees;
  

d) organisation of the work of the plenary Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, including joint meetings;
  

e) Organization and conduct of work of the permanent Bureau;
  

f) documenting, recording and computerization of legislative activity;
  

g) human and financial resources management, administrative contentious and internal audit;
  

h) Organization and conducting of parliamentary foreign relations and protocol, as well as informatics, media relations and with the public registry and repository.
  


Article 4 (1) public function public function is a parliamentary specific career.
  

(2) a public Officer enjoys parliamentary stability and operates in compliance with the principles of legality, impartiality, objectivity, of accountability and political neutrality.
  

(3) exception from paragraph 1. (2) a public officer, an mp who is based at the Chancellery of the President, the members of the permanent Bureau offices, the offices of the parliamentary groups and leaders from the parliamentary groups exercise their powers with due regard for the principle of legality and accountability.
  


Article 5 (1) of the service and shall be exercised on the basis of the administrative act of appointment issued under this law.
  

(2) public functions within the parliamentary structures of the Parliament are public functions that are called open-ended, persons carrying on activities referred to in article 1. 3 persons appointed to the position of Chief of cabinet.
  

(3) the persons carrying out activities at the Chancellery of the President, the members of the permanent Bureau cabinets, the cabinets of Presidents of permanent commissions, at the offices of the parliamentary groups and leaders from the parliamentary groups can be classified as a public servant, mp official parliamentary public fixed-term or contract staff *).
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — *) as prescribed. II of law No. 113/2009 article 5 para. (3) shall apply with effect from 1 January 2010.

(4) the provisions of this law shall not apply to the staff of the Parliament, performing administrative, management, investments, maintenance-repair and servicing, for which employment is made by individual contract of employment, according to the labor code.
  


Article 6 (1) the functions of the parliamentary public shall, in relation to the level of the duties of the holder of the public function, as follows: (a) adequate parliamentary public functions) the category of senior public servants;
  

b) leading parliamentary public offices;
  

c) public officials run parliamentary.
  

(2) the classification of public functions is regulated in the parliamentary annex, which forms an integral part of this law.
  


Article 7 (1) of the public Functions of senior civil servants corresponding parliamentary lawmakers are: Secretary general, Deputy Secretary general and head of Department or the director-general, as appropriate.
  

(2) the functions of the parliamentary public leadership are: director, Deputy director, Head Office, head of section and head office.
  

(3) the functions of the parliamentary public execution shall be those set out in the annex to this law.
  


Article 8 (1) shall establish the Office of resident representative of the Chamber of deputies of the Senate, respectively, in addition to the European Parliament, as a contractual employee of the Chamber of deputies of the Senate and/or, where appropriate, paid at the level of civil service Chief parliamentary Department or general manager.
  

(2) during its mission abroad, the person who has the status of resident representative of the Chamber of Deputies, the Senate settles on the basis of supporting documents, the expenditure on rent and maintenance of living space, including related expenses utilities office telephone, fax and the Internet expenditure on health insurance abroad and spending on airfare-economy class-in the interests of the service for travel to and from the European Parliament.
  

(3) the Ministry of public finance is authorised to introduce modifications in the structure of income and expenditure budgets of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.
  


Chapter II Incompatibilities and prohibitions Article 9 status of public official mp is incompatible with any other public office except the functions and activities of teaching staff in higher education, scientific research and literary and artistic creation, and with the exception of the functions exercised in areas of activity in the private sector, which are not directly or indirectly connected with the powers exercised as public official parliamentary According to the job description.
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Art. 9 was amended by section 1 of article. 42, Cap. IV of framework LAW No. 284 of 28 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 877 dated December 28, 2010.


Article 10 (1) civil servants MPs cannot hold functions and cannot carry on other activities, paid or unpaid, as follows: a) authorities or public institutions, unless the report is pending, according to art. 61 para. (1) (a). a);
  

b) under the Cabinet Minister, except that the public officer is suspended from parliamentary public function, under the law, the duration of the appointment;
  

c) within autonomous public corporations or public sector companies;
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — c) of paragraph 1. (1) of article 1. 10 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. 42, Cap. IV of framework LAW No. 284 of 28 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 877 dated December 28, 2010.

d) as a member of a group of economic interest.
  

(2) civil servants members of Parliament may not be agents of some people in terms of making certain acts in connection with public function which it undertakes.
  


(3) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). the a and b)), at the end of the period for which he was appointed or elected or at the conclusion of the mandate of the Minister, if applicable, the public official is reinstated in the parliamentary public function owned or a similar function.
  

(4) the provisions of this law concerning the activity of the parliamentary public functionary shall not apply to persons carrying on activities referred to in article 1. 3 the State Chancellery of the President, the members of the permanent Bureau offices, the offices of the parliamentary groups and leaders from the parliamentary groups.
  


Article 11 (1) hierarchical relations are not allowed direct, where civil servants are spouses or relatives MPs degree.
  

(2) persons who are in one of the situations referred to in paragraph 1. (1) will opt, within 10 days, hierarchical direct termination.
  

(3) any person may submit to the existence of the situations referred to in paragraph 1. (1) and (4) the circumstances referred to in paragraph 1. (1) and default, correlative, referred to in paragraph 1. (2) it has been established by the Secretary-General, who will have hierarchical direct termination of public officials or relatives of spouses MPs degree.
  

(5) the procedure is established by incompatibilities internal rules of parliamentary officials from specialized structures of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, approved by the permanent Bureau of each Chamber.
  


Chapter III the selection, appointment, evaluation and promotion of public functionary parliamentary section 1 selection and appointment of public functionary mp Article 12 (1) specialized structures of the Parliament a person can occupy a public office, if it meets the following conditions: (a) (b) cumulatively) Romanian citizenship, domicile in Romania and full capacity of exercise;
  

b knows Romanian language);
  

c) has reached the age of 18 years;
  

d) is suitable in terms of healthcare for the performance of the tool; health status is attested on the basis of specialized medical examination;
  

e) matches the specialized studies and established according to the present law;
  

f) has not been definitively sentenced for committing a crime, which makes it unworthy for the exercise of public functions;
  

g) has not held political police activity, as defined by law;
  

h) has not been fired from public office over the past seven years;
  

I) was declared "admitted" to the competition or exam supported employment tribunal service.
  

(2) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) (a). e) relating to length of service and of paragraphs 2 and 3. (1) (a). I) are not applicable to public functionary of the parliamentary working at cabinets from the Chancellery of the President, members of the standing Bureau, at the offices of parliamentary groups or leaders to parliamentary groups.
  

(3) the conditions necessary for specialized public functions of the parliamentary leadership of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate shall be decided by the meeting of the permanent offices of both Chambers, and the minimum length of service required for specialized functions of the parliamentary public execution shall be determined by mutual agreement by the Secretaries-General of the two chambers of Parliament.
  

(4) the conditions referred to in paragraph 1. (1) for a public office in the parliamentary structures of the Parliament specific conditions may be established, approved by the standing Bureau of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, upon the proposal of the Secretary-General.
  


Article 13 the appointment of parliamentary public official performs at the Chancellery of the President, the members of the permanent Bureau cabinets from cabinets, leaders of the parliamentary groups of the parliamentary groups or is made at the initiative of the President of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, where appropriate, of the Member's permanent Office or parliamentary group leader, as appropriate.


Article 14 (1) the appointment of a public officer shall be on the parliamentary vacancy, a competition or examination as appropriate, under the present law.
  

(2) the contest is organized and conducted where, to fill a vacancy, shall be provided not less than two persons.
  

(3) the examination takes place where, to fill a vacancy in the contest was scored a single person or the number of enrolled is times lower than the number of vacancies at the same level, put up for contest.
  


Article 15 the outcome of the competition or examination shall be made of the candidates through the display, at the headquarters of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as the case may, within 5 days after the last support.


Article 16 (1) the candidate unhappy with the outcome of the competition or examination may apply with the opposition, the Secretary general, within 5 days after displaying the results.
  

(2) the rules of organisation and conduct of the competition or examination and review procedure shall be approved by the permanent Bureau of each Chamber of the Parliament, on a proposal from the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.
  


Article 17 (1) on the basis of definitive results, the Secretary-General shall issue the order appointing the candidate declared ' pass '.
  

(2) an administrative Act of appointment has written form and must contain the legal basis of the appointment, the name of the public servant, public parliamentary parliamentary date from which they are to exercise their public function, pay, and the place of business.
  

(3) the job description relating to the civil service shall be attached to the parliamentary administrative act of appointment, and a copy thereof shall be given to parliamentary public functionary.
  

(4) The sworn-in public function, the official parliamentary public parliamentary oath of allegiance, within 3 days from the issuance of the notice of appointment.
  

(5) the oath referred to in paragraph 1. (4) as follows: "I swear to respect the Constitution, fundamental rights and freedoms of man, to apply fairly and without bias laws of the country, to conscientiously fulfil my duties in public parliamentary function I was called, to maintain professional secrecy and to respect the rules of professional conduct and civic. So help me God! ". The religious formula of discharge will respect freedom of religious conviction.
  

6. Leap of faith shall be filed and without religious formula.
  

(7) the official parliamentary public oath of allegiance in front of the Secretary general, who may be assisted by the Deputy Secretary-General and leader of the compartment in which they will work.
  

(8) the Secretary-General and the Deputy Secretary-General shall take an oath of allegiance in front of the standing Bureau of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.
  


Article 18 (1) failure to submit to the deadline for taking the oath of allegiance, recorded in writing, lead to revocation of the order of appointment to the position of parliamentary public person concerned, except that proves that objective reasons prevented her to come forward and make them known, within 5 days, the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate where appropriate.
  

(2) within five days after the termination of the reasons referred to in paragraph 1. (1) public servant is obliged to parliamentary oath of allegiance.
  

(3) the refusal of the oath of allegiance under article 13. 17 para. (5) under the terms of paragraph 1 or no show. (2) shall be recorded in writing and shall entail revocation of the order appointing the public function.
  


Article 19 (1) In the corresponding parliamentary public functions of senior civil servants are appointed by the Secretary general and Deputy Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, and the head of Department or the Director-general, as appropriate.
  

(2) appointment to the post of Secretary general and Deputy Secretary general shall be made by the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, according to the regulation of each room.
  

(3) appointment of parliamentary public Department general manager, whenever appropriate, shall be made by the Secretary-General, with the opinion of the standing Bureau of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate.
  


Article 20 (1) In public leadership functions of the parliamentary Chamber of deputies or the Senate are called civil servants with higher education, graduated with a Bachelor's degree equivalent times, as appropriate, which satisfies the conditions laid down pursuant to article 5. 12. (2) the appointment of the parliamentary functions of the public driving is done on the basis of a contest organized by the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate, subject to vacancies, according to the rules established by the permanent Bureau of each Chamber of the Parliament.
  

(3) Senior parliamentarians and civil servants civil servants with parliamentary leadership positions leading receipt of the allowance provided for by the law on salaries of public servants.
  



Section 2 of the public office worker activity evaluation of mp article 21 evaluation of individual professional civil servants, members of Parliament shall be made annually in accordance with the law.


Article 22 assessment criteria of professional activity and the methodology for assessing and contesting grades awarded is approved by the standing Bureau of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, where appropriate on a proposal from the Secretary-General.


Section 3 of the promotion of public functionary mp Article 23 (1), the clerk of the parliamentary public right to promote.
  

(2) promoting in a public parliamentary upper is made by competition or exam.
  

(3) where there is a vacancy, the promotion of public functionary of the parliamentary will be done by the station's transformation from State functions in which it is employed in one of the immediate superior level, through examination, under the conditions established by the methodology referred to in article promotion. 24 para. (2).
  

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Alin. (3) art. 23 was introduced by point 3 of article 1. 42, Cap. IV of framework LAW No. 284 of 28 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 877 dated December 28, 2010.


Article 24 (1) be able to submit to examination or to contest to promote in a public function, the official parliamentary upper must meet the following conditions: (a)) have a minimum length of service laid down pursuant to article 5. 12(3). (3);
  

b) have obtained the professional evaluation of the past 2 years at least "good" rating;
  

c) meet the requirements laid down in specific job description.
  

(2) the methodology of organizing and conducting the exam for promotion or contest in a function is upper parliamentary approval standing Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies and the standing Bureau of the Senate at the recommendation of their Secretaries General.
  


Article 25 (1) the promotion of public functionary mp can only be made to the position immediately and only once a year, under the conditions laid down in this law.
  

(2) the public Servant may be temporarily promoted parliamentary in public office temporarily vacant parliamentary, through examination, under the conditions established by the methodology referred to in article promotion. 24 para. (2).
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 25 was introduced by paragraph 4 of art. 42, Cap. IV of framework LAW No. 284 of 28 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 877 dated December 28, 2010.

(3) The period referred to in paragraph 1. (2) a public officer, an mp enjoys outstanding pay claims relating to pay for the tool that you occupy temporarily.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (3) art. 25 was introduced by paragraph 4 of art. 42, Cap. IV of framework LAW No. 284 of 28 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 877 dated December 28, 2010.


Article 26 (1) of the public Servant whose parliamentary activity, during the evaluation of the annual professional was denoted by the notation "Unsatisfactory" or "Satisfactory" may not be promoted to the next year.
  

(2) where, in the last 2 years in a row, the official parliamentary public was labeled "Unsatisfactory", the Secretary-General proposes the respective official passage in a lower function, subject to vacancies. If there are vacancies times proposal is not accepted, proceed to the issue of parliamentary public functionary as inappropriate.
  


Section 4 of the public functionary training parliamentary article 27 (1) a public Servant is entitled parliamentary and obligation to improve vocational training and refresher courses organized for this purpose.
  

(2) the training and improvement of vocational training are continuously organized, is financed and is being carried out according to the approved annual programme of permanent Bureau of each Chamber of the Parliament.
  


Article 28 training and further training of civil servants in the following parliamentarians: a) attending courses organised by Parliament or by service providers of training and professional development, specific parliamentary activity in the country or abroad;
  

b) internships at professional adaptation to the requirements of the tool;
  

c) internship and specialization in the country and abroad;
  

(d) vocational training and retraining) individualized;
  

e) other forms of training.
  


Article 29 (1) the plan of training and further training are approved by the permanent Bureau of each Chamber of the Parliament, on a proposal from the Secretary-General, in consultation with each syndicate Rooms.
  

(2) the plan of training and further training, after approval, shall be brought to the attention of public officials in Parliament.
  


Article 30 (1) of the civil servants shall receive pay MPs due during the period in which the forms of professional development in a situation where they are: at the initiative of Parliament);
  

b) followed the parliamentary initiative of civil servant, with the approval of the Secretary-General.
  

(2) where training courses are organized in other than home, the official parliamentary public benefit of delegating rights according to this law.
  

(3) to cover the costs of training plans and professional training of civil servants, lawmakers in each Chamber's annual budgets are provided for amounts needed for expenditure.
  

(4) the Secretary general shall submit annually a report to the permanent Bureau with respect to the execution plans for the training and further training, as well as the costs incurred.
  


Article 31 (1) a public Servant who follows a parliamentary form of specialisation or refresher for a period greater than 3 months and receive this pay period is obliged to engage in writing that he will work at least three years within the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate. In the case of non-compliance with the undertaking, the latter shall bear the costs incurred by them in proportion to the time remaining until expiry.
  

(2) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) does not apply to public officers who no longer holds the parliamentary public function for reasons not attributable to him or if the transfer occurred in the interests of the service.
  


Chapter IV rights and obligations of civil servant Rights Section 1 mp official parliamentary public assessment of Article 32 civil servants to take account of the importance of parliamentary duties and responsibilities in order to achieve the constitutional prerogatives of the Parliament as the Supreme representative body of the Romanian people and as the sole legislative authority of the country, as well as bans on them incompatibilities shall be established by this law.


Article 33 (1) the clerk of the parliamentary public has the right to be classified in the appropriate function training, specialisation, professional competence, experience and personal skills.
  

(2) the clerk of the parliamentary public has the right to be promoted according to the corresponding training, professional experience and the results recorded in the annual assessments.
  

(3) a public Officer enjoys parliamentary stability, equality of opportunity and of treatment in the appointment and promotion, as well as access to forms of training.
  


Article 34 (1) the public Officer enjoys parliamentary fair treatment in the workplace, with due regard for his dignity.
  

(2) the public functionary is held in the parliamentary working conditions likely to protect the health and physical integrity.
  


Article 35 the official parliamentary public has the right to be informed of the decisions taken pursuant to the present Statute and that they are concerned directly.


Article 36 public servants can be MPs in professional associations and other associations which aim at representing the interests of their own, the improvement of vocational training, as well as protecting their status.


Article 37 (1) the right to Trade Union Association of civil servants of Parliament is guaranteed under the law.
  

(2) civil servants of Parliament can exercise the right to strike, in accordance with the law.
  


Article 38 public officials of Parliament may be elected or appointed in a position of public dignitaries, according to the law.


Article 39 For the work done, the official parliamentary public is entitled to a basic salary, allowances, monthly bonuses, prizes and the like, according to the law.


Article 40 (1) establishing the basic salaries of civil servants is made in the way MPs differed, having in mind the achievement of a fair system of hierarchies, in relation to the nature, importance, complexity and functions of responsibility in which they are appointed, with length of service, availability, confidentiality and their loyalty in securing the proper operation of the service.
  


(2) basic wages and salaries of civil servants law shall establish MPs.
  

(3) pending the adoption of a special law, basic salaries of civil servants shall be paid in the amount of MPs and under Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 24/2000 on the system of the basic wage for contractual staff in budgetary sector, approved by law No. 383/2001, as amended. Also, civil servants and other members of Parliament shall enjoy the rights provided for in law No. 53/1991 concerning allowances and other entitlements of Senators and deputies, as well as personnel from the Parliament of Romania, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions.
  

(4) the Secretary general and Deputy Secretary general of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate shall receive the allowance provided for in the Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 24/2000, approved by law No. 383/2001, as amended. They benefit, too, and the rights provided for in law No. 53/1991, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions.
  


Article 41 (1) civil servants entitled MPs each calendar year, the annual leave with pay, according to the law and the rules of procedure of each Chamber. Annual leave before the end of month for reasons relating to the exercise of powers by the service or other objective reasons, according to the regulation, shall be compensated in cash.
  

(2) establishment of rest and leave the calculation of compensation for annual leave is approved, by regulation, the standing Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.
  

(3) With 5 days before departure in annual leave, the official public holidays allowance receives parliamentary, which may not be less than the amount resulting from the aggregation of basic wage and salary increases granted in the month preceding the departure of the annual leave.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (3) art. 41 amended by section 5 of art. 42, Cap. IV of framework LAW No. 284 of 28 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 877 dated December 28, 2010.


Article 42 public officers of Parliament are entitled to medical leave and other leave, in accordance with the law.


Article 43 (1) public officers of Parliament are entitled to meal vouchers, in accordance with the law.
  

(2) the Secretaries and Deputy Secretaries of the Board of Deputies and the Senate, who have no domicile in Bucharest, shall be provided with accommodation at the hotel or, where not getting hotel accommodation, shall be granted per night, minimum 70% of the negotiated with the hotel establishments for the accommodation of a Deputy or senator.
  

(3) the Secretaries and Deputy Secretaries of the Board of Deputies and the Senate, who have no domicile in Bucharest, 4 monthly return movements between Bucharest and the locality where they have their place of residence, with any means of transport, whose expenses shall be reimbursed in accordance with the law.
  


Article 44 (1) the period during which public officer specialty legal parliamentary activity in specialized structures of the Parliament shall be considered old in the judiciary and in specialty, according to the law.
  

(2) it is considered also the specialty and the period in which public servants from other parliamentarians specialized in specialized structures of the Parliament.
  


Article 45 for outstanding achievements in parliamentary activity, civil servants who have achieved only "exceptional" in the past five years can be nominated for the award of decorations, according to the law.


Section 2 of the public functionary parliamentary Obligations in article 46 (1) civil servants have an obligation to meet MPs with professionalism, impartiality and in accordance with the law, the duties of the Office and to refrain from any act that could harm the natural or legal persons civil servants Corps prestige times in Parliament.
  

(2) civil servants have the duty of parliamentarians to observe the rules of professional conduct prescribed by law.
  


Article 47 public officials have the obligation not to parliamentarians ştirbească, under any circumstance, through work and personal conduct, and function of Parliament's prestige.


Article 48 (1) civil servants are obligated as members of Parliament, in the exercise of their duties, not to favor any political party and should not participate in political activities during working hours.
  

(2) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) are not applicable to civil servants MPs operates at the Chancellery of the President, the members of the permanent Bureau offices, the offices of the parliamentary groups and leaders from the parliamentary groups.
  

(3) civil servants are forbidden to MPs belong to the associations are banned by law and attend political manifestations and illegal trade unions.
  


Article 49 (1) public officers of Parliament are obliged to carry out the duties of the post they occupy.
  

(2) civil servants of Parliament are obliged to comply with the provisions of the hierarchical superiors received and solve in good time the work assigned by them.
  

(3) in case of impossibility to exercise the function of Parliament, civil servants are obliged to inform immediately the heads of hierarchical superiors.
  


Article 50 civil servants have an obligation to keep MPs secret service, and confidentiality in relation to facts, information or documents that are public knowledge in the exercise of the parliamentary function, according to the law, with the exception of information of public interest.


Article 51 (1) civil servants are forbidden MPs to request or accept, directly indirectly, for her times, or for others, in consideration of their parliamentary function, gifts or other advantages.
  

(2) civil servants are forbidden to MPs receive direct requests whose solution falls within their competence or to discuss directly with petenţii times to intervene to resolve such claims, except those to whom duties are also established.
  

(3) the appointment in public office, as well as the termination of service of public officers of Parliament are required to submit, in accordance with the law, the Declaration of wealth. Declaration of wealth are updated according to the law.
  


Article 52 public servants have an obligation to respect parliamentarians even legal regime of conflict of interests and incompatibilities laid down by law.


Article 53 civil servants are obliged to follow parliamentary forms of training and further training organised by Parliament or by service providers of training and professional development, specific parliamentary country or from abroad.


Article 54 civil servants with parliamentary leadership positions responsible for orders and instructions that you give officials from subordinates. They must comply with the legal rules and not to insult the honor and dignity of public officials of Parliament to execute them.


Chapter V, amendment, suspension and termination of service section 1 Amendment of Article 55 amendment of service report service is done by: a) delegation;
  

b) detachment;
  

(c));
  

d) switching to another function as a result of promoting a competition or examination, or in another compartment of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.
  


Article 56 (1) in the interest of the delegation of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, where applicable, for a period of not more than 60 days in a calendar year.
  

(2) a public Officer may refuse a parliamentary delegation finds himself in one of the following situations: a) pregnancy;
  

b) grow minor child;
  

c) health, proven with medical certificate makes it contraindicated delegation.
  

(3) the delegation for a period of more than 60 calendar days in a year can dispose only with the written consent of the official parliamentary public. So far as it may provide for a period not exceeding 90 calendar days in a year.
  

(4) during the official parliamentary delegation, the public retains its function and salary and shall be entitled to payment of travel expenses and accommodation expenses, as well as an allowance for delegation, according to the law.
  


Article 57 (1) post ordering in the interest of the public authority or public institution in which to conduct business, public officer for a period not exceeding 6 months. In the course of a calendar year, a public servant may be posted to mp over a period greater than 6 months only with his consent.
  


(2) Posting can dispose only if professional training of public functionary powers and responsibilities correspond to the parliamentary civil service to be detached.
  

(3) a public Officer may refuse the posting if mp is located in one of the following situations: a) pregnancy;
  

b) grow minor child;
  

c) health, proven with medical certificate makes it contraindicated posting;
  

d) posting is done in a town where not appropriate conditions will be ensured;
  

e) is the only întreţinător of the family;
  

f serious family reasons) justifies the refusal to grant the posting.
  

(4) the period of posting, the official parliamentary public retains the function and salary. Public function if the corresponding wage which is posted is greater, he shall be entitled to this. At the time of posting to another locality, the beneficiary authority or public institution is obliged to bear the full cost of transport, went and came back at least once a month, the price of accommodation and relocation allowance.
  


Article 58 (1) the transfer as a method of amending the report service, can take place between public authorities or institutions as follows: (a) the interests of the service);
  

b) at the request of the parliamentary public functionary.
  

(2) the transfer is in the interest of the service can only be made with the written consent of the official parliamentary public usually transferred in the same public office or equivalent. In the case of transfer in the interests of the service to another locality, the official parliamentary public transferred shall be entitled to an allowance equal to the net salary calculated at the salary levels in the month preceding the month in which you want to transfer, to cover all costs to a paid vacation for 5 days. Payment of such duties shall be borne by the public authority or institution to which the transfer is made within a period not exceeding 15 days from the date of approval of the transfer.
  

(3) Transfer the request is done in another public office equivalent, following approval of the request for transfer of the public functionary of the parliamentary leader of the public authority or institution to which the transfer is sought.
  


Article 59 (1) of the public Officer may be outright parliamentary past or temporarily in other compartments within the structures of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.
  

(2) the definitive Passage in another compartment, is made with the written consent of the public functionary, Secretary-General of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.
  

(3) the temporary Crossing within another compartment shall be reasoned by the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate, in the interest of the public Chamber official parliamentarian belongs, for a period of 6 months, but not longer than one year, observing training and the salary it has. Official parliamentary public can be passed temporarily in another compartment for a period greater than 6 months only with his consent.
  


Article 60 (1) temporary Exercise of a public office leading parliamentary vacations can be achieved through the promotion of a public servant fulfilling specific mp to occupy this Office.
  

(2) the measures provided for in paragraph 1. (1) ordering of the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, where applicable, for a period not exceeding 6 months.
  

(3) temporary Exercise of a public office of parliamentary leadership, whose holder is detached or suspended under the present law, is achieved through the promotion of temporary duration of the posting or the suspension of the holder, of a parliamentary public servant who fulfils the conditions for the employment of this public office.
  

(4) the measures provided for in paragraph 1. (3) the ordering of the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.
  

(5) if the wage corresponding to the parliamentary civil service is delegated to exercise the parliamentary public servant is entitled to this.
  


Section 2 of the report of the service Suspension in article 61 (1) Ratio of service will be suspended by operation of law when the official parliamentary public lies in one of the following situations: a) is appointed or elected for a fixed in another function within the public institutions or authorities; the period for the exercise of that function is considered old in public office, as well as the specialty;
  

b) is covered by a Cabinet official;
  

c) is designated by the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, if necessary, to carry out activities within the framework of international bodies or institutions, for that period;
  

d) performs military service, alternative military service, is focused or mobilized;
  

e) is arrested;
  

f) performs medical treatment abroad, if the public servant is not in mp sick leave for temporary incapacity for work, and for the accompanying spouse or, where appropriate, to a relative's wife times up to and including grade I, according to the law;
  

g) is on leave for temporary incapacity for work, in accordance with the law;
  

h) quarantine, in accordance with the law;
  

I) maternity leave, in accordance with the law;
  

j) is gone, and the disappearance has been established by a final court decision;
  

k) force majeure;
  

l) in other cases expressly provided by law.
  

(2) within 5 calendar days from the date of termination of the reason for the suspension of parliamentary law, a public servant is obliged to inform in writing to the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate, of this fact.
  

(3) within five days of the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. (2), the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate, shall ensure that the conditions necessary for the resumption of activity by the parliamentary public servant.
  


Article 62 (1) the ratio of service will be suspended at the initiative of the parliamentary public functionary in the following situations: a) parental leave aged 2 years or, in the case of children with disabilities, up to the age of 3 years, in accordance with the law;
  

b) leave to care for sick child aged up to 7 years or, in the case of a disabled child for intercurrent diseases, up to the age of 18 years;
  

c) leave for vocational training;
  

d) icebreakers in the framework of international bodies or institutions in situations other than those referred to in article 1. 61 para. (1) (a). c);
  

the e) election campaign until the day after the election, if it is not elected;
  

f) leave without pay for studies or for other personal interests.
  

(2) the request for the suspension of the service report is made in writing, with reasons, no later than 15 calendar days prior to the date on which suspension is requested.
  


Article 63 of the report, during the period of suspension of service, the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as applicable, is required to reserve the item corresponding to the respective parliamentary public function. Naming function is made for a specified period.


Section 3 Termination of service Article 64 the termination of service of the official parliamentary public takes place in the following conditions: a) resignation;
  

b) release from the public through parliamentary function;
  

c) by dismissing the parliamentary public function;
  

d) through retirement;
  

parties ' agreement), recorded in writing;
  

(f)).
  


Article 65 parliamentary public Servant may resign from Office, with the obligation of notification in writing to the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate. His resignation should not be reasoned and shall become effective thirty (30) calendar days from registration.


Article 66 (1) the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, where appropriate, will order dismissal by order, which shall be communicated to the official parliamentary public within 5 working days of issuance, for reasons not attributable thereto, in the following cases: a) downsizing as a result of the reorganization of the business, through the abolition of the post occupied by parliamentary public servant;
  

b) as a result of the admission application for reintegration as occupied by another public servant, of a public official issued or wrongful dismissal times for unfounded reasons, from the date of final judgment whether the reintegration;
  

c) natural or health/psychological and public functionary, established by decision of the competent organs, medical expertise, no longer allow him to perform duties corresponding to the function of the parliamentary public-owned.
  


(2) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (1), the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate, shall be required to grant parliamentary public functionary to be issued with a period of notice of 30 days.
  

(3) the official parliamentary public can be dismissed in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). the only) and b) if there is no appropriate public offices vacant parliamentary structures within the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.
  


Article 67 Relief from public office, is available through the parliamentary order, the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate, and shall be communicated to the official parliamentary public within 5 working days from the date of issue, in the following cases: a disciplinary sanction applied) as for committing repeated some disciplinary or a disciplinary which had serious consequences;
  

b) if arose a legal reason of incompatibility with parliamentary and public servant, does not act for termination within a period of 10 days from the date of intervention in the case of incompatibility.
  


Article 68 the report service ceases as in the following situations: a) on the date of death;
  

b) irrevocable judgement whether declaring the death of civil servant mp;
  

c) if the official parliamentary public no longer fulfils one of the conditions laid down in article 21. 12(3). (1) (a). a), d) and (e));
  

d) as a result of the finding of absolute nullity of the administrative act of appointment, of the date on which a declaration of invalidity has been established by final court decision;
  

e) repealed;
  

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Lit. s) art. 68 it was repealed by section 1 of article. 172, title II of law No. 187 of 24 October 2012, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 757 from November 12, 2012.

f) when the official parliamentary public was convicted of an intentional offence to a penalty involving deprivation of liberty by a final decision;
  

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Lit. f) art. 68 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. 172, title II of law No. 187 of 24 October 2012, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 757 from November 12, 2012.

g) as a result of the ban, tenure as a safety or as additional punishment, from the date of final judgement of whether that ordered the ban;
  

h) at the date of expiry for which was exercised with temporary public function.
  


Article 69 cease service ratio as at the date of communication of the decision to retire the public functionary mp for old-age disability times.


Article 70 in the case of termination of the Finding of the report, in the situations referred to in article 1. 65 and 69, is made by order of the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate, within 5 working days.


Article 71 (1) upon the termination of public service, the official parliamentary retains the rights acquired in the context of his career, except that the ratio of service ceased for reasons attributable to him.
  

(2) public Servant, on termination of service, obliged to surrender the work and goods which have been entrusted to carry on job duties.
  


Article 72 where he ceased service report for reasons that the clerk deems unfounded public parliamentary, it may appeal to the Court of administrative cancellation of administrative act by which it was established or willing service, the termination report within 30 calendar days of receipt, with the payment of monetary compensation equal rights which it would have received on that period.


Article 73 (1) civil servants whose MPS report service ceased for reasons not attributable to the article. 64 lit. (d)) and art. 66 benefit from an allowance equal to the gross monthly wages 7, which shall be taxed according to law. For the purposes of this article, gross monthly salary means gross monthly basic salary and rises from last month.
  

(2) the allowance provided for in paragraph 1. (1) shall be granted once during her career as a public servant of the parliamentary term.
  

(3) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) shall also apply in the event of death of civil servant in parliamentary activity located. In this case, compensation benefits from your husband or wife and children who were dependent on public functionary in the death of the mp.
  


Article 73 (1) ^ 1 civil servants the MPs of the Parliament are entitled to social security in accordance with the law.
  

(2) civil servants with a parliamentary contribution for 30 years are entitled to an old-age pension at the standard age of retirement from public pension system.
  

(3) The age laid down in paragraph 1. (2) civil servants with a parliamentary contribution for 30 years, of which at least 14 years in Parliament, receive service pension in the amount of 80% of the average gross income represented by made in the last 12 months before the date of retirement. Pension granted may not exceed the level of the basic salary, including any overtime pay, and the compensation and merit salary in the last 12 months prior to the date of retirement, held or function, as appropriate.
  

(4) for each year exceeding the age of 14 years in Parliament adds to the amount of 1% of the pension base mentioned in paragraph 1. (3) without exceeding the gross income had the retirement date.
  

(5) Service Pensions established under the present law is updated by applying to the amount of the pension of the warring service payment of percentage increase in base salary enjoyed by public officer located in parliamentary activity, with the same level of pay and the same public office. If the upgrade follows a smaller pension, a pension in payment.
  

(6) that part of the pension service that exceeds the level of the pension from the State social insurance system, shall be covered from the State budget.
  

(7) public officers of Parliament who have a contribution period of 30 years, including at least 14 years in Parliament, may request retirement before pensionable age laid down in paragraph 1. (2), but no earlier than 60, paragraph 1. (3) to (6) of this Act shall apply accordingly.
  

(8) the rights referred to in paragraph 1. (3), (5), (6) and (7) of this law shall enjoy parliamentary and civil servants with a contribution period of 30 years, including in Parliament between 4-14 years old, in this case the amount of the pension referred to in paragraph 1. (3) being reduced by 1% for each year that is missing from the age of 14 years.
  

(9) in calculating the contribution of the traineeship in Parliament of paragraph structures. (1) to (8) shall be taken into account, as appropriate, and the period in which the public servant had the status of a parliamentary deputy or senator.
  

(10) The conditions referred to in paragraph retirement. (1) to (9), the official parliamentary public opts for a pension calculated in accordance with the provisions of this Act or for the pension calculated in accordance with the law No. 263/2010 concerning public pension unit system, with subsequent amendments and additions.

(11) persons who fulfil the conditions laid down in this law, retirement benefits from the provisions of paragraph 1. (1) to (8), if necessary, even if the retirement date is employed in another position or have a different occupation, as appropriate. In this case, the pension shall be determined on the basis of the received a public official parliamentary activity, with the same level of pay and the same public office.
  

(12) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (11) can only benefit people whose service has ceased to report pursuant to article. 64 lit. a), b) and (e)) of this law.
  

(13) the survivor should be children and surviving spouse you public functionary, pursuant to article. 83-92 of law No. 263/2010, with subsequent amendments and additions.

(14) the rules relating to the establishment of service provided for in this law shall be approved by joint order of the Secretaries-General of the two chambers of Parliament and the President of the National House of Pensions and shall be published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I.
  

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Art. 73 ^ 1 was introduced by section 1 of article. 1 of law No. 215 of 21 July 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 546 22 July 2015.


Article 74 Repealed.
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Art. 74 c has been repealed. h) of art. 196, Cap. X of law No. 263 of 16 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 852 of 20 December 2010.


Article 75 Repealed.
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Art. 75 c was repealed. h) of art. 196, Cap. X of law No. 263 of 16 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 852 of 20 December 2010.


Article 76 Repealed.
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Art. 76 was repealed by lit. h) of art. 196, Cap. X of law No. 263 of 16 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 852 of 20 December 2010.


Repealed by article 77.

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Art. 77 was repealed by lit. h) of art. 196, Cap. X of law No. 263 of 16 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 852 of 20 December 2010.


Article 78 civil servants MPs when they reached retirement age can continue working with the approval of the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.


Article 79 public servants and parliamentarians can ensure that private institutions of social insurance, in accordance with the law.


Repealed article 80.
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Art. 80 c was repealed. h) of art. 196, Cap. X of law No. 263 of 16 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 852 of 20 December 2010.


Repealed by article 81.
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Art. 81 was repealed by lit. h) of art. 196, Cap. X of law No. 263 of 16 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 852 of 20 December 2010.


Chapter VI reprimanding civil servants civil servants Article 82 MPs MPs respond to disciplinary, administrative, civil and criminal, in accordance with the law.


Article 83 (1) civil servants are responsible for disciplining MPs deviations from service duties.
  

(2) constitutes misconduct: a) the violation of the legal restrictions on MPS public servants;
  

b) conducting public political activities during working hours;
  

(c) undue refusal to) fulfil its duty according to the job description or ordered by the hierarchically superior leader;
  

d) gross negligence or repeated in the solving of the works;
  

e) systematic delay in carrying out the work;
  

f) absence without leave from work or delay times of departure from the program repeatedly;
  

g) irreverent attitude during tenure;
  

h) breaking the rules of secrecy relating to legal services, professional secrecy or confidentiality of the work of who this character;
  

I) manifestations which affect the prestige of the Parliament;
  

j) using the tool outside Parliament unless it pursues tasks of service.
  

(3) does not constitute misconduct the act committed under the terms of paragraph 1. (2) (a). b) Parliamentary public official performs at the Chancellery of the President, the members of the permanent Bureau offices, the offices of the parliamentary groups and leaders from the parliamentary groups.
  


Article 84 disciplinary Penalties may apply to civil servants, MPs in proportion to the seriousness of the facts, are: a) reprimand;
  

b) warning;
  

c) diminishing the rights of gross monthly salary by 5-10%, for a period of one month to three months;
  

(d) suspension of the right of promotion) for a period of 1-3 years;
  

e) in a transition function, for a period of 6-12 months, diminishing the basic salary corresponding to;
  

f) revocation of the driving and passing on a busy function execution;
  

dismissal from Office).
  


Article 85 (1) the disciplinary Sanction shall be applied by the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, where appropriate, not later than 30 days from the date of referral to the knowledge of the irregularity committed, but not more than one year from the date of that publication.
  

(2) the disciplinary Penalties referred to in article 1. 84 lit. ) and (b)) may be applied directly by the heads of Department Directors-times or, where appropriate, of the structures in which principals operate at concerned.
  

(3) the application of disciplinary penalty and the individualization will take into account the causes and severity of disciplinary offence, the circumstances in which it was committed, the degree of guilt of the offence, and the consequences of the behaviour in the public functionary service, as well as to the existence, in its history, other disciplinary sanctions which have not been removed.
  

(4) disciplinary Sanction may not be enforced until after the preliminary investigation of the offence charged and after hearing the official. The hearing officer shall be recorded in writing, on pain of nullity. Its refusal to submit to a hearing or to sign a statement concerning irregularities attributed shall be recorded in the minutes. In such cases, the penalty can be applied without hearing it.
  


Article 86 (1) Against disciplinary sanctions applied pursuant to article. 85 paragraph 4. (2) a public officer, an mp can address, Secretary-General of opposition within a period of 15 days from the date of communication of the sanctions applied. The Secretary-General shall act in accordance to the opposition within 10 days of its receipt, requesting, if it considers it necessary, and the opinion of the Disciplinary Committee.
  

(2) the Secretary-General and the Deputy Secretary-General may be penalised by disciplinary standing Bureau of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate, for disciplinary, with penalties provided for in art. 84. Article 87 (1) in the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate shall constitute a Board of discipline.
  

(2) the procedure for the formation of the Disciplinary Committee, its composition, powers, procedure of signalling and its working procedure shall be established by the permanent Bureau of each Chamber of the Parliament.
  


Article 88 public discontent with the official parliamentary sanction may address the Court of administrative law, requiring cancellation or modification of the order sanctioning disposition times, according to the law.


Article 89 (1) disciplinary Sanctions shall be deleted from the law, as follows: a) within 6 months after the application of disciplinary sanctions. 84 lit. the a and b)), if the official parliamentary sanctioned public with one of these penalties has not committed another misconduct during this period;
  

b) within one year after the expiry of the period for which they were imposed, the penalties provided for in article 10. 84 lit. c)-(f)), if the official parliamentary sanctioned public with one of these penalties has not committed another misconduct during this period.
  

(2) the termination of the disciplinary sanctions specified in paragraph 2. (1) it is found through the Administrative Secretary-General of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, as appropriate.
  


Article 90 minor Liability of civil servant commits, according to parliamentary law, where it has an irregularity committed during and in connection with the performance of job duties.


Article 91 the civil liability of public functionary parliamentary is committed to: a damage) with guilt Chamber of deputies or the Senate's heritage, as appropriate;
  

b) unpaid legal reply to amounts that have been wrongly granted;
  

c) damages paid by the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, where appropriate, as a principal, third parties, pursuant to a judicial decision final and irrevocable.
  


Article 92 (1) liability of public functionary crimes related parliamentary tenure in which time is called or in connection therewith shall be determined according to the criminal law.
  

(2) where, as a result of the referral or the prosecution of the criminal investigation, was ordered to the commencement of the criminal investigation, the Secretary general will take the measure of suspension of public functionary parliamentary function.
  

(3) where the Prosecutor has removing under criminal prosecution in cessation times case referred to in paragraph 1. (2) and where the Court has the payment or cessation of the criminal trial, the suspension ceases, and the Secretary general of the Chamber of deputies of the Senate, appropriate times, is obliged to pay the salary and other rights due public functionary during the parliamentary suspension.
  


Chapter VII transitional and final Provisions Article 93 (1) persons who, on the date of entry into force of the present law *), are classified in the structures of Parliament and carries out activities referred to in article 1. 3 and in article 13. 5 para. (2) call themselves, within 90 days after the entry into force of this law, in compliance with the conditions laid down in article 21. 12(3). (1) (a). a)-g), the parliamentary public functions referred to in the annex to this law, corresponding to functions held at this time. With the appointment of the members of Parliament, civil servants lay their oath of allegiance, according to art. 17 para. (5) to (7).
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — *) see footnote to article 1. 74 para. (7) Regulation (EC) establishing managerial function and function execution is done for each employee, taking into account the level of education, length of service, classification level, job description, the previous year's assessment, as well as the complexity and accountability tool.
  

(3) where the person does not have a minimum length of service laid down by this law for that function, the appointment shall be made in the position held at the time of entry into force of the law), the wage level.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — *) see footnote to article 1. 74 para. (7).


(4) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) to (3) apply properly and people are falling into the Parliament for the activities referred to in article 1. 3 and in article 13. 5 para. (2) and which at the date of entry into force of the present law *) are detached or hanging.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — *) see footnote to article 1. 74 para. 7. (5) the provisions of article 4. 41, 43, 73 and 73 ^ 1 benefit staff; 5 para. (4).
  

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Alin. (5) article. 93 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. 1 of law No. 215 of 21 July 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 546 22 July 2015.


Article 94 (1) the provisions of art. 44, 73 and 73 ^ 1 of this law is applied properly and public servants within the Legislative Council-an advisory expert body of Parliament-and its members, as well as the staff of the Constitutional Court assimilated under the law of the person performing similar functions of the structures.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (1) of article 1. 94 was amended by section 3 of article 9. 1 of law No. 215 of 21 July 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 546 22 July 2015.

(2) the period during which the persons referred to in paragraph 1. (1) activity within the Council structures constitute the Legislative Parliament.
  


Article 95 within 60 days after the entry into force of this Act, rules of procedure) of the Chamber of deputies or the Senate, where appropriate, will be agreed with the provisions of this law.
— — — — — — — — — — — — *) see footnote to article 1. 74 para. 7. Article 96 Repealed.
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Art. 96 was repealed by lit. h) of art. 196, Cap. X of law No. 263 of 16 December 2010, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 852 of 20 December 2010.


Article 97 this Act shall be completed properly with the provisions of law No. 188/1999 on the status of civil servants, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions, with the law. 7/2004 on the code of conduct of public servants, republished, with those of law No. 19/2000 on the public system of pensions and other social insurance rights, with subsequent amendments and additions, as well as with any other statutory provisions, insofar as they do not contravene this law.


Annex public functions and CLASSIFICATION of parliamentary studies conditions i. public leadership Functions of the parliamentary structures of the Chamber of Deputies and Senate ┌ versions ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ package ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ┐ │ Nr. │ │ │ │ Level crt. │ │ │ Function studies in you ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ please ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ │ │ ┤ 1. Public Office appropriate parliamentary ││ ││ category of senior public servants ││ in you ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ please ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ┤ │ │ │ the Secretary-General S) │ in you ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ please ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ │ b │ ┤) Deputy Secretary-General │ │ S in you ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ please ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ │ c │ ┤) Chief, general director of Department S in │ │ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ you ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ please ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ │ │ ┤ 2. leading parliamentary public offices │ │ in you ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ please ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ │ │ ┤ a) Directory , director adjunct │ S │
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│ │b) Şef serviciu, şef secţie │ S │
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│ │c) Şef birou │ S │
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II. Public functions run from parliamentary structures of the Chamber of Deputies and Senate ┌ versions ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ package ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ┐ │ Nr. │ │ Nivelul │
│crt.│ Funcţia │ studiilor │
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│ 1.│ Consilier parlamentar │ S │
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│ 2.│ Expert parlamentar │ S │
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│ 3.│ Consultant parlamentar │ S │
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│ 4.│ Şef cabinet*) │S, SSD, PL, M│
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│ 5.│ Referent**) │ SSD, PL, M │
├────┼───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┼─────────────┤
│ 6.│ Stenodactilograf │ PL , │ └ ┴ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ┴ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ┘ — — — — — — — — — — *) Chief cabinet for use in permanent offices, offices of the members of the standing committees, the Secretaries and Deputy Secretaries, as well as from departments and the General departments, as appropriate.
*) People with general studies diploma completed, which, at the date of entry into force of the present law, conducts public service nature, according to this law, shall be maintained in a public parliamentary function as public official parliamentarian.

Note ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ Please note: we reproduce below the provisions of art. II-IV of law No. 113/2009 for the modification and completion of the law #. 7/2006 on the status of civil servant, that were not incorporated into the consolidated text of the law No. 7/2006 and which still applies, as the provisions of law No. 113/2009: "Article. -The provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (2 ^ 1), art. 5 *) of law No. 7/2006 on the status of civil servant, with amendments and additions thereto, as amended by this Act, shall apply from 1 January 2010.

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*) Art. 5 para. (2 ^ 1) became as a result renumerotării art. 5 para. (3).


Article III. -(1) the provisions of art. 71 para. (1) *) of law No. 7/2006 on the status of civil servant, with subsequent amendments and additions, as well as those made by this law shall apply to civil servants and members of Parliament whose report service has ceased pursuant to article. 62 lit. d) *) and art. 64 *) of law No. 7/2006, as amended and supplemented, pending entry into force of this law.

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**) Art. 71 para. (1) has become in the wake of renumerotării art. 73 para. (1). *) Art. 62 lit. d) became as a result renumerotării art. 64 lit. d). *) Art. 64 became as a result renumerotării art. 66. (2) the grant of the additional costs allowance determined pursuant to paragraph 1. (1) will be provided through the budget of the Chamber of Deputies, the Senate, either gradually during 2009 and 2010.
  

(3) the procedure for payment of expenses which arise from the application of the provisions of article 7. 71 para. (1) *) of law No. 7/2006, as amended and supplemented, as well as those made by this Act, is hereby approved on behalf of the permanent Bureau of each Chamber at the initiative of the Secretaries-General of these.
  

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**) Art. 71 para. (1) has become in the wake of renumerotării art. 73 para. 1. Article IV. -Ministry of public finance is authorised to introduce, at the proposal of the Chamber of deputies of the Senate, respectively the corresponding changes in volume and the structure of the budgets of the two Rooms for 2009. "

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