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The Sun: Criminals allowed bail to travel to UK… Romanian judges accused

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Criminals are being dumped by Romanian courts on Britain – and they then use EU human rights laws to stay here, thesun.co.uk reads. Villains including gangsters, smugglers and cash machine crooks are given permission to travel here while on bail. ...

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Update: 1,700 magistrates call on PM Tudose and Minister Toader to give up the ‘judicial experiment’ with the justice laws


The Romanian Judges’ Forum has sent to the Prime Minister and to the Minister of Justice a memorandum in which it criticizes the package of laws promoted by Minister Tudorel Toader, demanding the immediate withdrawal. The initiative has gained ground ...

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JusMin brings in amendments on justice laws: The President banned from appointing DNA, DIICOT heads and Prosecutor General. Iohannis’ retort. Mandates of chief prosecutors extended

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Justice Ministers presented on Wednesday the amendments proposed for the laws on the judges and prosecutors statute, on the Superior Council of Magistracy and on the judicial organization. The most controversial amendment refers to the appointment procedure of the Prosecutor ...

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Update: New protests downtown Bucharest on Sunday


New protests are scheduled on Sunday, according to a Facebook page. Organisers inform that the protest is to start at 19.00h in University Square and then the protesters will march on to the Constitutional Court (CCR) offices. “CCR Dragnea is ...

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CSM asks President Iohannis to send public salary law back in Parliament


The Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) has decided in its Monday sitting to send a letter to President Klaus Iohannis asking him to send the public salary law back in Parliament, as CSM sources told Mediafax. The magistrates argue the ...

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Embassies are told that PSD will subdue justice, there is no such thing – PSD leader claims


Social-Democratic Party (PSD) Chairman Liviu Dragnea said on Wednesday evening that the foreign embassies in Bucharest have been lately sent the message that PSD will subdue justice, adding that justice cannot be subdued in a democratic state, and he maintained ...

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Constitutional Court rules that the salary increase for Transport Ministry employees is unconstitutional

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The Constitutional Court (CCR) has ruled on Wednesday that the law approving the Government Emergency Ordinance 68/2015, whereby the basic salaries of the staff of the Ministry of Transport were increased by 57.5% is unconstitutional, but upheld the granting of ...

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