The document covers the following:
• Decision no. 75/2015
• Decision no. 49/2015
• Decision no. 52/2015
• Ordinance no. 11/2015
• Decision no. 1/2015
Decision no. 75/2015
The Decision no. 75 of February 4, 2015, published in the Official Gazette Part I no. 115 of February 13, 2015, pertaining to the regulation of performance by the children of paid activities in the cultural, artistic, sports, advertising and modelling fields, includes the following remarks:
Comment: This Decision establishes the conditions necessary for the performance by the children of paid activities in the cultural, artistic, sports, advertising and modelling fields, and the prior information procedure of the public social services. Please note that, in accordance with the present Decision, the child can perform remunerated activities in the areas mentioned above, under contracts concluded between the organizer and the parents/child’s legal representative or, where appropriate, directly with the child, when he/she has turned 14, with the prior consent of the parents/the legal representative.
Decision no. 49/2015
The Decision no. 49 of January 28, 2015, published in the Official Gazette Part I no. 86 of February 2, 2015, amending and supplementing the Government Decision no. 900/2012 approving the Implementing Regulation pertaining to the provisions on the national health insurance card of Title IX “European Health Insurance card and National Health Insurance Card” of Law no. 95/2006 on healthcare reform, includes the following remarks:
Comment: As of February 1, 2015, in the health insurance system, the national health insurance card is used by the insurants and by the healthcare and medication providers and, if necessary, by the providers of medical devices under the laws in force. Until May 1, 2015, the quality of insurant can also be proved with other documents, as mentioned by Art. 212 (1) of Law 95/2006 on healthcare reform, as amended and supplemented. After May 1, 2015, the persons who expressly refuse, on grounds of religion or conscience, to receive the national card, can prove the quality of insured party with the insurance certificate valid for three months, issued upon the request of the insured party by the health insurance fund where he/she is enlisted.
Decision no. 52/2015
The Decision no. 52 of January 28, 2015, published in the Official Gazette Part I no. 87 of February 2, 2015, pertaining to the establishment of the contingent of the types of workers newly admitted to the labor market in 2015, makes the following remarks:
Sole Article – For 2015, the contingent of the types of workers newly admitted to the Romanian labor market is set as follows:
a) Permanent workers – 3.300;
b) Intern workers – 200;
c) Seasonal workers – 200;
d) Cross-border workers – 100;
e) Highly skilled workers – 800;
f) Assigned workers – 900;
Ordinance no. 11/2015
The Ordinance no. 11 of January 28, 2015, published in the Official Gazette Part I, no. 84 of January 30, 2015 for the amendment and supplementing of Law no. 95/2006 pertaining to the healthcare reform, includes the following remarks:
Comment: This Ordinance makes amendments pertaining to the sanitary permit issue and to the accreditation of medical units, stating that the accreditation is valid for 5 years.
Another issue raised by the provisions of the current Ordinance is the national health insurance card, stating, among other things, that it is issued to prove the quality of insurant for the provision of medical services and its execution and implementation are a public utility project of national interest.
Decision no. 1/2015
The Decision no. 1 of January 21, 2015 pertaining to the legislative initiative of citizens entitled “Law on amending and supplementing Law no. 53/2003 – Labour Code” was published in the Official Gazette Part I no. 95 of February 5, 2015.