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Eugen Nicolaescu eyes the position of BNR deputy governor, previously held by Bogdan Olteanu

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The Social Democrat Party (PSD) will give up the central bank deputy governor position, vacant following Bogdan Olteanu’s resignation amid corruption charges, to give it to the National Liberal Party (PNL). SocDem sources told local media on Thursday that Liberal ...

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France sends as ambassador to Romania an expert in fighting corruption and money laundering

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French President Francois Hollande, close to the end of his mandate, has made a series of appointments of new ambassadors, including in Romania. Thus, the future French ambassador to Bucharest will be Michele Ramis, a career diplomat, specialized in transnational ...

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Ex-president Traian Basescu files controversial amendments to the pardon law

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Former president Traian Basescu filed several amendments to the pardon law, proposing the sentences below ten years in prison to be pardoned and to shorten convictions for mothers sentenced to crimes with no violence, including for corruption. The PMP chairman ...

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Update: Sebastian Ghita, under remand in Serbia for 18 days. Ploiesti Court of Appeal admits extradition procedure


Romanian Police informs that the former MP Sebastian Ghita has been arrested in Serbia and placed under remand for 18 days. “The Serbian authorities have informed us that the person arrested in the Serbian Republic was placed under remand for ...

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Three Romgaz directors, prosecuted for corruption


Anti-corruption prosecutors from Targu Mures started criminal prosecution against three Romgaz directors, Avram Pantelimon, Banu Sergiu Victor and Matei Gheorghe in a case related to equipment delivery needed for the energy production out of natural gas. Avram Pantelimon, branch manager ...

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77pc of company board members would give bribe to maintain business, survey says


77% of board members, respondents in an EY survey, say they could justify unethical behaviour to help a business survive. Despite sporadic progress in fighting bribery and corruption in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA), 51% of companies surveyed ...

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