Miris document ID: 1038501076719
Decision on the free access to justice of persons in order to defend their rights, freedoms and legitimate interests
Author: Constitutional Court of Romania
Language: English
Translates: original document
Source: Centre for European Constitutional Law (Rigas Network Project)
Country: Romania
Category: judgment/decision
Government level: National - State Level
Guiding principle: The institution of an administrative-jurisdictional procedure is not contrary to the principle provided under Article 21 of the Constitution on the free access to justice, as long as the decision of the adm body of jurisdiction can be appealed before a court. Access to judicial structures and to the procedural including the ways of appeal, is done with the observance of competence and trial procedure rules established by law.Free access to justice is achieved only with the respect of the citizens┬┐ equality before law and public authorities, so that any elimination that would have the significance of infringing upon the equality of juridical treatment is unconstitutional.
Date of judgement: 1994-2-8
Document number: 1
Official version: no
Published on: Official Gazette of Romania
Edition number: 69
Legally binding: yes
Subject areas: administrative authorities; fair trial; freedom of assembly; freedom of association; freedom of opinion; right of association; right to vote
Minority groups: all

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