Fabian Gyula received a positive opinion from the parliamentary commissions for the position of People’s Advocate. His promises


The joint legal committees of the Parliament adopted on Wednesday, June 23, with a majority of votes, the favorable opinion for Fabian Gyula to be appointed the new People’s Advocate instead of Renate Weber.

On Wednesday morning, the president of the Chamber of Deputies Ludovic Orban announced that the appointment of the People’s Advocate will be made in the reunited plenary of the Parliament, which will most likely take place on Monday.

Fabian Gyula is the only one who submitted his candidacy for this position, this being initially proposed by UDMR.

“My first goal (as People’s Advocate – no.) – I do not want to substitute myself for public authorities. I want to exercise correctly the 15 main responsibilities, first of all to focus on the operative and efficient solution of citizens’ petitions. I tell students that rights fundamental rights of the Romanians is a shield against the state power, respectively currently also against the power that comes from the European institutions. (…)

Sometimes, indeed, the people, more precisely individuals, need a squire, one to keep this shield with them or with them and, given that there is the possibility of ex officio steps to go alone on this road. At the same time, I want to start the accreditation procedure of the People’s Advocate institution as a national institution for the defense of human rights. Last but not least, to simplify the preparation of petitions and I even saw the Swedish model, which provides a much friendlier interface than the current procedure, which helps people by accessing a secure page to complete those fields without downloading a pdf, without to sign, scan and so on, “Gyula said during the hearings.

The proposal of the Hungarians had an experience of over 20 years in the prosecutor’s office, working at the Prosecutor’s Offices attached to the Targu-Secuiesc, Turda, Cluj-Napoca Courts and the Cluj Tribunal. Since 1999 he has also been a teacher. Last year, Gyula was appointed deputy general prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Cluj Court of Appeal, but a few months later, in December, he retired.

In terms of studies, Fabian Gyula is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca and a doctor in International Law, Herder Scholar of the University of Vienna and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Human Rights in Vienna.


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