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Bucharest Court of Appeals asks President Iohannis and Defence Minister Les to reach an agreement on the appointment of the Army Chief of Staff

President Klaus Iohannis and Defence Minister Gabriel Les have to examine by February 26 if they can reach an agreement on the appointment of the Army Chief of Staff. General Nicolae Ciuca is summoned at the same time to Bucharest ...

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Judge Lia Savonea – validated as new CSM chair. President Iohannis attends the meeting, slams JusMin

Judge Lia Savonea, seen as being close to the Social-Democratic Party, has been validated on Wednesday by the plenum of the Superior Council of Magistracy for the office of CSM chairperson. Savonea was the only candidate for this position. Prosecutor ...

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Former Professional Football League president, Dumitru Dragomir, acquitted by the Bucharest Court of Appeals

Former president of the Professional Football League (LPF), Dumitru Dragomir, was acquitted by the Bucharest Court of Appeals on Tuesday, in a file in which he had been sentenced to 7 years in prison with execution. The ruling is final. ...

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Update: Bucharest Court of Appeals postpones hearings in the lawsuit opened by Liviu Dragnea against the High Court

The Bucharest Court of Appeals has postponed on Thursday the hearings in the lawsuit opened by PSD leader, Liviu Dragnea, against the High Court’s Leadership College, on how the 5-judge panels with the Supreme Court were established. The date was ...

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Former ANAF head, Sorin Blejnar, sentenced to 6 years in prison for bribe taking, ruling can be appealed

Former National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) head, Sorin Blejnar, was sentenced on Thursday to 6 years in prison, in a file in which he is charged with RON 12,513,894 bribe taking. The decision may be subject to appeal. The ...

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Pension Pillar II scandal: Former NN Pensii chief wins lawsuit against ASF, to receive moral damages

Former NN Pensii chief, Raluca Tintoiu, has won the lawsuit against the Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF) whereby she requested the cancellation of the contravention in the context of the scandal regarding the nationalization of Pension Pillar II. The Bucharest Court ...

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Update – Supreme Court: Public gatherings must be declared. Participants may be sentenced to jail sentences. #rezist protesters say will sue the state

Organisers have the obligation to declare the public gatherings to the public authorities, when they are to be carried out in squares or on public roads or in other places situated nearby the offices or houses of legal persons of ...

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