The Activity of Five Institutions will be Evaluated by the Parliament

The Activity of Five Institutions will be Evaluated by the Parliament
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09 September 2021 | 15:11

The Parliament will evaluate the activity of the Competition Council, the National Energy Regulatory Agency, the Audiovisual Council, the National Agency for Settlement of Complaints, and the National Financial Market Commission, and in case of poor results, the leaders of these structures will be sanctioned, including by dismissal.

This is after the project through which new mechanisms are established for the control and sanctioning of the leaders of several public authorities under parliamentary control was voted on Thursday, September 9, in the first reading, by the parliamentary majority.

The project targets the National Financial Market Commission, the Competition Council, the National Agency for Settlement of Complaints, the Audiovisual Council, the National Agency for Energy Regulation.

The main provisions concern the establishment of the control and sanction mechanism for their managers in case of improper execution of the delegated tasks according to the legislation or the exercise of the defective activity, including by dismissal from office.

The authors of the initiative mention that granting the right of the Parliament to dismiss the members of the autonomous public authorities following the hearing of the annual activity reports comes to hold the governing bodies of these authorities accountable to the Legislature.

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