The Appeal Chamber noted a statement made by the Council for preventing and eliminating discrimination and ensuring equality and by a group of lawyers, who had been mentioned in the case No. 60 of April 17,2014.
On April 17, 2017, according to the Council’s decision, they had been recognized discriminated by the criterion of professional status, which determined the cost of medical insurance. Since the adoption of decision No.60 in 2014, the Ministry of Health and National Health Insurance Company had appealed against it. On April 7, 2017, the Buiucani Court had declared the abrogation of the CPEDEE’s decision.
The CPEDEE together with the group of lawyers appealed against the Buiucani Court’s decision. On December 12, the Appeal Chamber acknowledged the legitimacy of the case No.60 adopted in 2014 and took into account the Council’ recommendations and lawyers’ statements.
Thus, the Council for preventing and eliminating discrimination and ensuring equality hopes that the payment for medical insurance will be the same for lawyers as well as for other citizens