The Constitutional Court of Romania stood for the constitutionality of the various legal provisions over the course of the years, contributing through its decisions to the rule of law consolidation by ensuring the respect of the Constitutional principle of supremacy in the Romanian legal system. Through the decisions made in each case, referring to the constitutional principles and values, the constitutional case law has created a set of generally valid rules too, which later became legal principles. By this mean, the case law of the Constitutional Court has contributed over the years to the consolidation of the principle of good administration by strengthening the other successive principles: legality, equality, proportionality, legal certainty etc. All these fundamental principles define the progress of a legal, efficient and transparent activity of the public administration authorities.
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