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Central Ethics Committee is established at the Council of Ministers.

It consists of 9 members - necessarily includes doctors, dentists, psychologist, theologian and jurist. The members of the committee are determined by decision of the Council of Ministers upon proposal by the Minister of Health for a mandate of four years.

Central Ethics Committee gives opinions on deontological and ethical issues in clinical trials when approached by the ethics committees in accordance with Art. 103, para. 1 and 2 of the LMPHM, by the BDA or by the Contracting authority.