Fines applied for the digital entry form in Romania (PLF), canceled and refunded!
Fines applied for non-compliance with the obligation to complete the digital entry form (PLF) in Romania will no longer be enforced, and those that have been paid will have to be returned to the fined persons, at their express request. The fines applied for not filling in the form were initially between 2.000-3.000 lei, later the Government reducing the minimum threshold of the fine to 500 lei.
The measure was adopted by the Senate, by voting in plenary on a project initiated by PSD. The Senate adopted the PSD project and rejected a similar project of the USR, registered before that of the Social Democrats and which also provided for the cancellation and return of the respective fines. USR accused PSD of "plagiarizing" the project, while PSD coalition colleagues, the Liberals, claimed that the USR project contained unconstitutional provisions, although the Legislative Council, which approved the project, did not notice this. , informs Profit.ro.
Therefore, the draft adopted by the Senate stipulates that the contravention fines applied based on the ordinance for the implementation of the digital entry form in Romania (PLF), not paid until the date of entry into force of the new law, will not be paid.
At the same time, the amounts of money that were paid "are returned upon request, to the offenders, within 60 days from the date of the request".