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President postpones referendum, may use it as insurance policy if PSD attempts another attack on justice

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President Klaus Iohannis will not start now the procedures for referendum on justice, but has not given up the idea of a referendum, will use it as insurance policy for saving justice if the Social-democratic Party (PSD) will try again ...

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CSM: Calin Popescu Tariceanu’s statements against judiciary, extremely serious

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The Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) says that the statements by the Senate Speaker Calin Popescu Tariceanu in the public space pointing to “a judiciary that is not independent” represent extremely serious allegations. The CSM retort refers to the statements ...

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President Iohannis in Parliament: PSD generated the crisis, should urgently solve it. The nation is on alert, it is alive!

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President Klaus Iohannis has told the parliament on Tuesday, in a speech, that PSD is “the one which generated the crisis” and has an obligation to “urgently address it”, warning on the other hand that, if not, he would convene ...

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President Iohannis calls on the government to abandon the efforts regarding pardon and on amending criminal codes

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President Klaus Iohannis has called on the government to withdraw the draft emergency ordinances regarding pardon and on amending the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code. “The government cannot co over the will of the citizens,” the President wrote ...

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Kovesi on Ghita’s disclosures: I won’t comment statements by a runaway defendant

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The National Anti-corruption Directorate chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi on Monday made the first statements in retort to ex-MP Sebastian Ghita’s video footages, saying she won’t comment on the statements made by “a runaway defendant” who “has accused DNA from ...

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EC President Juncker sends ex-premier Ciolos, PM Grindeanu congratulation messages, calls for continuing fight against corruption

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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker posted on his Twitter account a congratulation message to Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu, in which speaks of maintaining the independence of the judiciary to support the fight against corruption. “This is a momentous time for ...

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Liberals might go on parliamentary strike

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Liberal sources told Mediafax news agency on Monday that the National Liberal Party considers going on parliamentary strike if the party’s draft law on voting the judiciary’s prosecution or detention requests in maximum 48 hours is not Okayed by October ...

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No salary rises for magistrates

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Magistrates’ salaries have been negotiated with the Justice and Labour ministers at the National Magistracy Institute on Friday, after the public servants in the judiciary have asked for salary rises and better working conditions. However, any increases seem out of ...

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