LAW no. 189/2000

LAW no. 189/2000

Law No. 189/2000 provides that persons persecuted on ethnic grounds by the Romanian regime from September 6, 1940 to March 6 shall be granted the following rights:

All Romanian citizens who were persecuted for ethnic reasons during the regime from September 6 to March 6, 1945, shall benefit from the provisions of the present regulation as follows:
They were deported to ghettos and concentration camps abroad;
They were deprived of liberty in detention centers or concentration camps; They were refugees, deported or exiled to another place;
They belonged to the forces of forced labor;
They survived the "death train."
They were married to a person who was murdered or executed for ethnic reasons or died in massacres against minority groups - if they did not marry afterwards;
They were evicted from the home they rightfully owned.

Persons who were in the situations mentioned in a) - d) and g) are entitled to a monthly compensation of 100 lei for each year they spent as deportees, imprisoned, exiled to other places, displaced from their own homes, or as forced laborers.

Persons who were in the situations mentioned in e) and f) are entitled to a monthly compensation of 100 lei.

The surviving spouse of the deceased, who is one of the persons referred to in Art. 1 lit. a) - e) and g), if they have not remarried, shall receive a monthly compensation of 100 lei (taxable), starting from the 1st of the month following the month in which the claim was filed.
The normative measure also provides for the following rights:
free and priority medical care and medication, both as an outpatient and during hospital treatment;
free public transport - by means of state-owned enterprises (bus, trolley bus, streetcar, metro);
6 free round trips by train per year by Romanian State Railways, 1st class, by public transport or, if applicable, by rivers, at the holder's own choice; from the number of trips allocated, the holder may grant free trips to another person who shall keep him/her company and help him/her during the trip;
one free ticket per year for treatment at a health resort;
exemption from the cost of TV and broadcasting fees;
priority for the installation of a telephone connection and exemption from the fees
allocation of a free cemetery plot upon request.

The period during which the person persecuted for ethnic reasons could not work as an employee due to a disability of the first or second degree - which occurred as a result of the persecution - is considered as a period of service and is taken into account in the calculation of the pension and all rights related to the period of service.

Required documents:
Formal application;
Identity card - copy and original;
Birth certificate - copy and original;
Marriage certificate - copy and original;
Pension decision;
The decision that establishes the status of the beneficiary of Law No. 189/2000.

In the case of the surviving spouse:
Birth certificate - copy and original;
Marriage certificate - copy and original;
Death certificate (copy and original). your social media marketing partner
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