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PSD-ALDE could challenge the CVM report to the Court of Justice of the EU, option envisaged by Florin Iordache

The governing majority PSD-ALDE could challenge the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) report issued by the European Commission on Tuesday to the Court of Justice of the EU, an option confirmed by the Chamber of Deputies deputy speaker, Florin Iordache. ...

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Update: Foreign Ministry provides explanations after the EC has sued Romania for not implementing anti-money laundering rules

The Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) has issued a communiqué on Friday, regarding the European Commission decision to sue Romania for not implementing the anti-money laundering rules. MAE argues this is a ‘standard procedure’ and that a draft bill to ...

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EC takes Romania to EU’s Court of Justice for failure to upgrade landfills

In an effort to urge to speed up the process, the European Commission (EC) decided to bring the Romanian authorities before the Court of Justice of the EU for failure to close and rehabilitate 68 illegal landfills, which represent a ...

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EC requests Romania to fully comply with the Oil Stocks Directive

The European Commission (EC) formally requested Romania on Thursday to ensure the correct implementation and application of the Oil Stocks Directive (Council Directive 2009/119/EC), the press release informs. The EU rules impose an obligation on Member States to maintain minimum ...

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EC warns Romania on failing to transpose the Offshore Safety Directive

The European Commission (EC) formally requested today that Germany and Romania take actions to ensure the translation of the Offshore Safety Directive (Directive 2013/30/EU) into national law, a press release informs on Thursday. The Directive requires that Member States put ...

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Court of Justice of the EU: Execution of European arrest warrants – deferred if there are risks of inhuman or degrading treatment in detention

The execution of an European arrest warrant issued by a EU Member State could be deferred is there are real risks of inhuman or degrading treatments due to the detention conditions in that state, the Court of Justice of the ...

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