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German Embassy: We have not received translations of the laws of justice, but we have diplomats who know Romanian and can conduct an analysis

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The German Embassy has stated on Friday that it has not received the translation of the laws of justice from the Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE), as Florin Iordache has announced, but points out that it has diplomats who know ...

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UDMR says will not support the proposed amendments to the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code

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UDMR disagrees with the latest proposals to amend the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code, especially with the “crazy idea” of imposing a threshold of EUR 200,000 for abuse of office, said UDMR Chairman Kelemen Hunor (photo), Deputy Attila ...

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Florin Iordache sends to embassies the translated text of the three new laws concerning Justice. France’s Embassy, first to retort

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The chairman of the special parliamentary committee on justice, Florin Iordache (former Justice Minister in Grindeanu cabinet – our note) has sent on Thursday, to Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu, the translated text of the three laws on justice recently adopted ...

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Civic organisations after meeting PM Tudose: Protests to go on until criminal law amendments stop

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The meeting of the civic organisations with PM Mihai Tudose on Wednesday has not been too “hopeful”, said the representative of the Initiative Romania, Mihai Polițeanu, who added that protests would go on until the criminal law amendments stoped. “We ...

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Senate passes the second draft amending the justice laws, the one on judicial organization. Law students stage silent protest in Bucharest

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The Senate has passed on Wednesday the second draft amending one of the justice laws, law 304/2004, the one regarding the judicial organization, with the most important new provision saying that the department for the investigation of the crimes in ...

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USR deputies, banned from attending the Senate’s debates on justice laws


Several deputies of the Save Romanian Union (USR-in opposition) were banned from attending the debates on the justice laws in the Senate’s plenary sitting on Wednesday, more precisely they were banned from defending their amendments. They accused the Parliament speakers ...

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Prosecutor General on cutting video recordings as evidence in criminal cases: Revolution file might be seriously harmed. Bucharest chief police gives a tougher warning

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Romania’s Prosecutor General, Augustin Lazar, has stated on Tuesday that if the amendments to the criminal code are adopted in the way that video evidence will be cut from the investigations, the Revolution file might be seriously harmed, along with ...

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Controversial amendments on ANI law passed by the Senate’s legal committee


The legal committee of the Senate has adopted a favorable opinion with amendments to the National Integrity Agency law, meaning that interdictions applied to the MPs found in conflict of interest of ANI during 2007-2013 will stop by right. The ...

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