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PSD tables controversial bills amending the criminal laws: EUR 200,000 threshold for abuse of office. Super-immunity for MPs against DNA

Deputy Cătălin Rădulescu (aka the AKM MP) and 38 PSD MPs have filed a bill aimed at amending the criminal law which stipulates that the threshold for abuse of office should be set at EUR 200,000. In GEO 13/2017, the ...

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DNA: Amendments to the criminal codes will have devastating effects on criminal investigations. Kovesi: DNA will practically close down. Parliamentary committee postpones debates

The National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) maintains that the amendments and additions expected to be made to the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code will have a “devastating” effect on the criminal investigations, by eliminating the “indispensable” legal instruments by ...

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PACE urges Romanian authorities to support ‘the remarkable work of the DNA’

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) calls on the Romanian authorities to politically and financially support the outstanding work of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA), by observing the legal framework and the need for an effective fight ...

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Cristian Borcea might be released on probation, decision not final

Bucharest District 4 Court has decided on Wednesday to uphold the request for release on probation of the former FC Dinamo financier, Cristian Borcea, who is serving a 6 years and 4 months sentence at Jilava penitentiary in the football ...

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Update: Scandal at Bucharest Police as businessman Morgenstern is gone missing. The Israeli citizen – sentenced to 8 years in jail

The head of Bucharest Police, Quaestor Marius Voicu, has announced on Friday that the Section 6 chief and deputy have been moved to inferior positions, following an investigation conducted as businessman Avraham Morgenstern (photo), under judicial control, has gone missing. ...

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CCR: Criminal Code dispositions on negligence in service, constitutional if ‘faulty fulfilment’ means ‘fulfilment by breaking the law’

The Constitutional Court has ruled on Thursday that the provisions of Article 249 (1) of the Criminal Code of 1969 and of Article 298 of the Criminal Code concerning the negligence in service are constitutional insofar the phrase ‘faulty fulfilment’ ...

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CCR reasoning: Law banning convicted persons to be Gov’t members cease in case of rehabilitation, amnesty, decriminalisation

The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) considers that the ban on convicted persons to be government members should cease, in accordance with the legal framework in force, in the case of rehabilitation, decriminalisation or amnesty. “… It is obvious that, ...

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