Decisional Transparency

Law.52/2003 (full text in Romanian) on transparency of decision-making in public administration establishes the minimal  procedural rules with a view to ensuring decisional transparency within the central and local public administration authorities, elected or assigned, as well as within other public institutions deploying public financial resources, in their relationships with the citizens and their legally constituted associations.


This Law aims to increase the responsibility of public administration as to citizens, which are the beneficiaries of the administrative decisions and to stimulate the citizens to take an active part in the administrative decision-making process, as well as in the process of elaborating normative acts. Furthermore, this Law is meant to enhance the degree of transparency on the level of all public administration bodies.

The consultation procedure