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Monday, March 25, 2013

Freedom of Speech in the Romanian Legal Regime

Doru Costea has published Freedom of Speech Public Versus Private Theoretical and Practical Aspects Referring to the Newest Regulations of the Civil Code Regarding Freedom of Speech. Here is the abstract.

The first express regulation regarding the freedom of speech and consequently relating to the press appeared along with the Civil Code, which came into force on 1.10.2011. 

Although the Romanian Constitution of 1990 mentioned by art. 30 paragraph 8 that press offences are set by a special law, this law appeared just along with the enforcement of the new Civil Code (1st of October 2011), which includes special regulations to what concerns the press, at art. 70-80.

The full text is not available from SSRN.

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