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Liviu Dragnea says would sue Romania to the ECHR and CJUE


Social-democrat Chairman Liviu Dragnea has announced on Thursday that he would sue Romania to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) after a panel of five judges with the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) rejected ...

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The report on establishing the investigation committee on 2009 presidential elections, returned to the law committees


The parliament plenum has decided on Wednesday, 278 votes for and 17 against, to return to the law committees, for one week, the report on establishing the special investigation committee to check issues related to the 2009 presidential election. The ...

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Update – ECHR: Romania violated the human rights, 6 months ahead to come up with calendar to fix prison conditions. PM Grindeanu: We have to draw up a plan


The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has released on Tuesday the pilot decision for Romania regarding the prison conditions in Romania. The detention conditions in the Romanian penitentiary system are contrary to the European Convention on Human Rights and ...

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The Sky News story about alleged gun-runners did not violate broadcasting legislation in the UK – Ofcom

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Ofcom, the British body similar to CNA in Romania, has decided: the Sky News story about an alleged arms trafficking in Romania did not violate the audiovisual legislation in the UK. Ofcom received some 190 complaints from viewers after broadcasting ...

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FC Steaua football club changes name to FCSB SA


FC Steaua Bucharest, team owned by businessman Gigi Becali, has changed its name to Football Club FCSB SA, the President of the Romanian Football Federation, Răzvan Burleanu, announced on Thursday, at the end of the meeting the FRF Executive Committee ...

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Communist torturer Ion Ficior sentenced 20 years in jail for crimes against humanity

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The High Court of Cassation and Justice (Romania’s Supreme Court) sentenced communist torturer Ion Ficior to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity. Fomer commander of Periprava work camp during the communist ruling, Ion Ficior is charged for the ...

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