Editura Universul Juridic Administrative Code - March 2021. O.U.G. NO. 57/2019, Updated and index - Verginia Vedinas

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Author: Verginia Vedinas

Publisher: Universul Juridic

Pages: 344

Publisher year: 2021

Edition: a 4-a, revizuita

ISBN: 978-606-39-0782-1

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With the amendments to the Code by O.U.G. no. 4/2021 and the application provisions by H.G. no. 66/2021




The administrative code comprises 10 parts and 6 annexes. It is, in our opinion, a covering structure for all major areas of administrative law.

We find that it is not a question, as some "scoundrels" try to induce, of a simple joining of existing regulations, but of a process that, in terms of substance, but also of form, is elaborated and integrative.

A second argument that supports the meaning of the Code and derives from the first is that, by reuniting, in the same normative act, the regulations applicable to public administration, eliminates the parallels, contradictions, the reed of norms in which not only the practitioner to be lost or actually lost.

A last argument, as a succession, not as a significance, aims at offering a single legal instrument to which practitioners and theorists should refer, equally, when carrying out public administration or, as the case may be, analyzing and developing the legal regime or status of institutions, principles, legal acts and other ways of concretizing it, including from the perspective of permanent reporting to the requirements imposed by Romania's membership in the large family of the European Union.

The quality of an activity is essentially influenced by that of the legal scaffolding that organizes, regulates and puts it into practice. And the adoption of an Administrative Code is a step even if delayed, even if not very sure about it in all aspects, extremely important, because it has been fulfilled and because it entails a reconsideration of the approach, the need for an agreement of the administration , of its organization and functioning, with the background and form landmarks, drawn by the new normative act.

The administrative code is a normative act that is undoubtedly of interest to most categories of recipients. We start with lawyers, who, regardless of the profession they practice, "meet" with him. Just as we cannot "avoid" the administration, from our coming into the world until our departure, we cannot ignore the normative act that regulates it and which is, at present, the Administrative Code of Romania.

Prof. univ. Dr. Verginia Vedinas

President of the "Paul Negulescu" Institute of Administrative Sciences

Associate member of the Romanian Academy of Scientists
Born in Robanesti, Dolj County, Romania, in 1960.

Doctor in Law, title awarded by the University of Bucharest (1998) and doctor in Philosophy, title awarded by the University of Bucharest (2005).

Degree in Law from the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest.

University professor, doctoral supervisor at the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law.

Postgraduate graduate in Luxembourg, Switzerland, Greece.

From 1984 to 1987 he was Secretary of the Balotesti People's Council.

Between 1987 and 1991 he was Secretary of the Popular Council of Tamadaul Mare, Calarasi.

During 1991-1994 he worked as an assistant professor at the Faculty of Law of the Ecological University. From 1994 until now he has been successively lecturer, associate professor and professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest.

Between 2001 and 2003 he held the position of Secretary of State, being the president of the National Agency of Civil Servants. In 2003 he was Undersecretary of State, Deputy General Director of the National Institute of Administration.

In 2004-2008 he was a Senator in the Romanian Parliament, secretary of the Legal Commission for Appointments, Discipline and Immunities, member of the European Affairs Committee - Joint Standing Committee of the two Chambers of Parliament, member of the Joint Commission for the Elaboration of the Electoral Code of Romania - secretary; vice-president of the Commission of Public Administration, Urbanism and Spatial Planning.

The Union of Jurists of Romania awarded him in 2007 the prize of the Union of Jurists for the work “Deontology of public life”, and in 2008 he awarded him the diploma of excellence for collaborating on the work “Romanian Constitution, commentary on articles”, C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2008.

With the amendments to the Code by O.U.G. no. 4/2021 and the application provisions by H.G. no. 66/2021




The administrative code comprises 10 parts and 6 annexes. It is, in our opinion, a covering structure for all major areas of administrative law.

We find that it is not a question, as some "scoundrels" try to induce, of a simple joining of existing regulations, but of a process that, in terms of substance, but also of form, is elaborated and integrative.

A second argument that supports the meaning of the Code and derives from the first is that, by reuniting, in the same normative act, the regulations applicable to public administration, eliminates the parallels, contradictions, the reed of norms in which not only the practitioner to be lost or actually lost.

A last argument, as a succession, not as a significance, aims at offering a single legal instrument to which practitioners and theorists should refer, equally, when carrying out public administration or, as the case may be, analyzing and developing the legal regime or status of institutions, principles, legal acts and other ways of concretizing it, including from the perspective of permanent reporting to the requirements imposed by Romania's membership in the large family of the European Union.

The quality of an activity is essentially influenced by that of the legal scaffolding that organizes, regulates and puts it into practice. And the adoption of an Administrative Code is a step even if delayed, even if not very sure about it in all aspects, extremely important, because it has been fulfilled and because it entails a reconsideration of the approach, the need for an agreement of the administration , of its organization and functioning, with the background and form landmarks, drawn by the new normative act.

The administrative code is a normative act that is undoubtedly of interest to most categories of recipients. We start with lawyers, who, regardless of the profession they practice, "meet" with him. Just as we cannot "avoid" the administration, from our coming into the world until our departure, we cannot ignore the normative act that regulates it and which is, at present, the Administrative Code of Romania.

Prof. univ. Dr. Verginia Vedinas

President of the "Paul Negulescu" Institute of Administrative Sciences

Associate member of the Romanian Academy of Scientists

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