General Considerations on the Criminal Pursuit Body's Referral

LUPA┼×CU, Adrian; BOGEA, Marius Ciprian
September 2011
Economy Transdisciplinarity Cognition;2011, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p230
Academic Journal
In most situations, the physical or juridical persons which address the authorities regarding issues that require resolution may / may not be circumscribed to the competences of that institution, or which notify any irregularities / misappropriation of whom they know regarding people or situations. In addition, the legislator has laid down that the ex officio referral/ self referral of people working in public authority, in cases in which there are issues of breach / infringement test, especially when committing the most serious antisocial acts, offenses (Art. 221 par. 1 and art. 227 of the CPC). So, on one hand we have the legally established rights of citizens and organizations to address to the government requests, complaints, referrals or suggestions, regardless of the form (written, verbal, email, etc.) and on the other hand we have the authorities' correlative obligations, through the personnel operating within them, to receive referrals, address them according to jurisdiction and legal provisions, or/and to be referred ex officio in cases in which they learn about some irregularities.


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