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Dragnea challenges the new five-judge panel of the Supreme Court that is judging his file and wins. All cases at ICCJ adjourned

PSD chairman Liviu Dragnea has won in court the suspension of the ruling through which the Supreme Court’s five-judge panel has been assigned in his case and that was to judge in the trial of the fictitious hiring in Teleorman ...

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Anti-corruption prosecutors challenge verdict in Dragnea’s case, ask for higher prison sentence

The prosecutors of the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) have challenged the Supreme Court’s ruling in the fictitious hiring at Teleorman Social Service, by which PSD chairman has been sentenced to three years and six months in prison, judicial sources told ...

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Simona Halep about the Charlie Hebdo cartoon. Ambassador of France: It does not represent the feeling of French public opinion

Romanian tennis player, Simona Halep, 1st WTA, has attended on Friday the first edition of the Simona Halep Challenge – a hockey tournament for children in Bucharest. Asked about the Charlie Hebdo caricature, she said she would rather not comment. ...

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President Iohannis challenges CSM law to the Constitutional Court

President Klaus Iohannis has notified the Constitutional Court over the law on the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) on Friday, one of the three justice laws that the Parliament has adopted lately. Law 317  is the second justice law that ...

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President Iohannis, fined by the National Council for Combating Discrimination on “criminals” remark, to challenge decision

President Klaus Iohannis has been fined by RON 2,000 on by the National Council for Combating Discrimination (CNCD) on Wednesday for his public remarks when he used the word “criminals”. In retort, the head of state announced he would challenge ...

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President challenges the first of the three justice laws to the Constitutional Court

President Klaus Iohannis has notified the Constitutional Court over the judicial organization law, the first of the three justice laws that have been adopted by the Parliament. The President considers that the judicial organization law still contains unconstitutional provisions, so ...

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The Supreme Court notifies Constitutional Court over one amended justice law

The High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) has challenged the law 303/2004 on the statute of judges and prosecutors to the Constitutional Court. The Supreme Court’s move comes after PNL and USR had also filed a complaint against the ...

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