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US Department of State: Romanian Government has partially respected the right to freedom of expression

The US Department of State has released the Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2018, which reads that the freedom of expression, a constitutional right, has been partially respected by the Romanian Government. In regard to the protests on ...

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Sebastian Ghiță to run for European elections on PRU lists

Former Deputy Sebastian Ghita, who has fled to Serbia in 2017 after being investigated in several corruption files, will top the United Romania Party (PRU) lists for European elections, followed by the party leader Bogdan Diaconu. Ghita claims he would ...

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Liviu Dragnea’s court case – postponed to January 14. Files on Toni Grebla, Victor Ponta, Viorel Hrebenciuc and Sebastian Ghita also deferred

The court case on Liviu Dragnea, sentenced to three years and a half imprisonment for instigation to abuse of office, in challenge to the 5-judge panel with the Supreme Court, has been postponed to January 14. The High Court of ...

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PNL to sue Bucharest City Hall, calls for disbanding municipal companies

The National Liberal Party (PNL) will sue the Bucharest City Hall calling for the disbanding of the 22 municipal companies set up last year. The decision comes as last Thursday the Bucharest Court of Appeals ruled to cancel all the ...

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CCR upholds PM Dancila’s referral: ICCJ has to change the 5-judge panels

The Constitutional Court has ruled that there is a constitutional legal conflict between the Parliament and the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) on the issue of the establishment of the 5-judge panels. The decision was ...

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