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Update2 – European Commissioner Corina Cretu confirms talks in Brussels to condition EU funds on observing the rule of law

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European Commissioner for Regional Policy, Corina Cretu, has confirmed on Tuesday that in Brussels it is considered that the allocation of funds to be conditioned on observing the rule of law by the beneficiary countries. “There is talk now, not ...

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USR to challenge the laws of justice to the Constitutional Court. PNL wants the Venice Commission notified

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By the end of the week, the Save Romania Union (USR) will file several challenges to the Constitutional Court, on the amendments brought to the laws of justice. “USR has prepared well documented notifications in order to challenge to the ...

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EPP President: The independence of justice is in danger in Romania. A sad day

joseph daul

Following the vote to overhaul the judiciary in Romania, Joseph Daul, President of the European People’s Party (EPP), made the following statement, posted on the website of the party at epp.eu: “Today is a sad day for Romania and for ...

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Senate Speaker notifies Judicial Inspectorate about Supreme Court President’s statements

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Senate Speaker Calin Popescu Tariceanu (photo 2) has notified the Judicial Inspectorate regarding the public statements made by Cristina Tarcea (photo 1), the President of the High Court for Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) on October 28, regarding ...

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Confidence in Justice up to almost 60pc


Romanians are on the path of changing their opinion about Justice, as the confidence in this system is on an upward trend to almost 60%, whereas the confidence in the Church is below 50%. An IMAS survey reveals that the ...

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Growing tensions between PSD leader and Justice Minister

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Social-democrat leader Liviu Dragnea has criticised again, on Thursday, the Justice Minister Tudore Toader for ‘delaying very much’ the law package on justice reform. “The Justice Minister should show us the plan to solve the problem of penitentiaries. Is the ...

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ING study: Romania, attractive to investors due to the low labor costs

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Romania and Bulgaria are the countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) offering investors attractive labor costs, while Poland excels in education, according to a study by financial group ING, quoting a Deloitte analysis. CEE’s advantages are represented by labor ...

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