On the 10th of September 2014 a Committee of 15 people representing the Citizen`s Initiative on modifying the Labour Code registered a Request of modification of the law at the Romanian Senate. This is one of the few such situations in our legislative procedure in which citizens can bring amendments to the law, especially after the Constitutional Court of Romania has declared on 21st of January 2015 that the entire citizen`s legislative initiative fulfils the conditions of the Romanian Constitution on the legal requirements of the citizen`s initiative. Gathering more than 100.000 signatures from citizens with voting rights from all over the country, the legislative proposal is now on debate with the Senate`s Committees, which are voting whether the proposal will receive a favourable or a negative vote. On the 12th of May 2015, the Legal Commission, appointments, discipline, immunities and validations from the Romanian Senate gave the first unfavourable opinion on the matter. Should the bill pass, the Romanian Labour Code – Law no. 53/2003 – will be amended in areas such as performance goals, confidentiality clauses, trial period in labour contracts, suspension of the labour contract for temporary reduction of activity, provisions on temporary agent workers and modifications of the social dialogue matter.