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Parliamentary questions
2 December 2013
E-013620-13
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Petru Constantin Luhan (PPE)

 Subject:  New Insolvency Code
 Answer(s) 
The Romanian Government has issued an Emergency Order to adopt a new Insolvency Code, which was recently declared unconstitutional by the Constitutional Court. I would like you to answer the following questions:
1. Is the Commission aware of the current situation regarding the amendments to Romania’s Insolvency Code?
2. Do you think that introducing an article specifically for radio and television services amounts to discrimination? The text of the order stipulates that radio and television stations will be suspended as soon as they become insolvent until their restructuring plan is approved by the administrator.
3. Is this provision likely to restrict the freedom of expression and freedom of the press?
4. What is the Commission’s view on the new Insolvency Code, and if you think that there are problems with it, what measures will you take?
Original language of question: ROOJ C 241, 24/07/2014
Last updated: 23 December 2013Legal notice