One problem identified in the Romanian justice system relates to the non-unified case-law. In practice, there are a considerable number of similar cases, with a similar subject matter, where the judgments ruled by the court are completely different. There are situations where, for two similar cases the resolution is not the same, which generates confusion for both the legal practitioner, and for the litigant.

Also, courts in Romania do not take into account the European case-law, including the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights.

What measures does the Commission consider should be taken in order to create a mandatory framework for the courts and, as such, for the judges, so that more importance may be attached to the legal precedent, in particular to prior judgments in similar cases?