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universul juridic magazin
Revista Română de Drept Privat

Rights and fundamental freedoms in romanian constitutional system


The article examines the legal institution of fundamental rights and freedoms highlighting the categories of rights and freedoms found in the Romanian constitutional system. The analysis is carried out from the perspective of the connections that exists between the three legal orders: domestic law, international law and EU law.

The conclusion that emerges in the end is that the Romanian constitutional system recognizes several categories of rights and fundamental freedoms: a) fundamental rights recognized by the constitution; b) fundamental rights recognized by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international pacts and treaties to which Romania is a party; c) fundamental rights recognized by the EU Charta of Fundamental Rights; d) fundamental rights recognized by the Constitutional Court’s Case-Law.