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Aspects of the organization of state power in Romania and Republic of Moldova within European integration (comparative study)

Author: Hlipcă Petru
Degree:doctor of law
Speciality: 12.00.02 - Public Law (with specification: Constitutional, Administrative, Police, Military, Financial, Customs, Information, Ecological); Organization and Functioning of Law Institutions
Scientific adviser: Gheorghe Costachi
doctor habilitat, professor, Institute of History of the ASM
Institution: Institute of History of the ASM
Scientific council: DH 15-12.00.02-27.03.08
Institute of History of the ASM


The thesis was presented on the 5 March, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 29 April, 2010


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state power, legitimacy and legality of state power, sovereignty of state power, legislative authority, executive authority, Head of State, public administration, judicial authority, European integration, democratic reforms


The thesis for obtaining the academic degree of Doctor of Law include: an introduction, five chapters, conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 309 appointments, 176 pages of scientific text. Scientific results are published in 11 scientific articles and 2 monographs.

Field of study and thesis objectives. The thesis contains a study on the organization of state power in Romania and Republic of Moldova from the perspective of European integration, to elucidate the most important features and problems that currently mark the field. Work related objectives: to identify the fundamental principles of organization and functioning of state power in the EU context; elucidating the impact of European integration on the sovereignty of the state power and on the organization of state power; to investigate the main aspects of organization of the legislative, executive and judiciary powers in Romania and Republic of Moldova in terms of institutional and functional; elucidation of the main points of interference between the branches of state power to determine their conformity to democratic principles, assessment reform in the areas of investigation and assessment of their correspondence conditions and requirements European integration.

The scientific novelty and originality. The paper includes a comprehensive and integrative investigation, focusing on: a comparison of two different constitutional systems - Romania and Republic of Moldova, a parallel research of the three branches of state power to identify key moments of interference between them, and a elucidation of the impact of European integration in the sphere of social organization. The thesis consists of a series of conclusions and scientific recommendations which complete the legal range of problems in the field of the state power organization means, especially the improvement of balance mechanisms of the state power branches, in order to ensure an efficient cooperation to achieve the prerogatives established by the Constitution.

Theoretical significance and applied value. Thesis can serve as a teaching medium for students law faculties. Conclusions and recommendations for improving and optimizing the organization of state power in Romania and Republic of Moldova will be used extensively both by theorists who will continue investigations in this area, as well as practitioners during solving concrete problems related to the legal regulation the organizational and functioning of state power.