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Perju Named to Romanian Constitutional Reform Commission

7/30/08--Vlad Perju has been appointed to serve on an advisory commission that will present the President with a vision for the country's constitutional reform.

7/30/08--Boston College Law School is pleased to announce that Professor Vlad Perju has been appointed by the President of Romania to serve on an advisory commission that will present the President with a vision for the country's constitutional reform.

"I'm very pleased to hear of Vlad's appointment," said Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Michael Cassidy.  "This is a tremendous honor for him.  I'm certain that his work on this commission will be of great service not only to his home country, but also for comparative legal scholars around the world."

The current constitution was adopted in 1991. The commission, which consists of seven members, will be asked to prepare a document that will set an agenda for political and popular debates. Each member of the commission will prepare an individual report, and then a final report will be presented to the President at the end of October 2008.