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Ex-minister Sevil Shhaideh, defendant in the Belina file

The anti-corruption prosecutors announced on Wednesday that the former minister of Regional Development and ex-secretary of state in the same ministry, Sevil Shhaideh, has been indicted in the Belina file, under the charge of abuse of office. The National Anti-corruption ...

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JusMin on Ghita’s request to suspend his extradition: He should address to the court in Serbia

Romanian Justice minister Tudorel Toader has retorted to Sebastian Ghita’s request to suspend his extradition procedure, saying he won’t comment “what others have commented on TV”, adding though that a defendant cannot have a dialogue with the Justice Ministry and ...

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CCR: The defendant should have access to classified information in order to be able to challenge their legality

The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) has ruled that the defendant should have access to classified information in order to be able to challenge their legality, by the conclusion of the preliminary chamber procedure at the latest. CCR has released ...

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Anti-corruption prosecutor resigns over alleged discreditable recordings

Anti-corruption prosecutor Mircea Negulescu on Wednesday resigned after several audio footages have been released with the prosecutor allegedly talking to the wife of a defendant. “Considering an audio footage was released in the public space containing a dialogue assigned to ...

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Ex-president Ion Iliescu heard in the 1990 miners’ riot file

Former Romanian President Ion Iliescu went to the Prosecutor’s Office on Monday morning after being subpoenaed by the military prosecutors to inform him about the indictment act in the miners’ riot file, where the former head of state is charged ...

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Black Cube file: Israeli defendant David Geclowicz gets two years on probation

David Geclowicz, one of the Israelis investigated in the Black Cube spying case was sentenced to two years on probation on Tuesday, after the judges had Okayed the agreement clenched with the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT). ...

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Deputy Dean of Law faculty in Iasi, under remand

Deputy Dean of the Law faculty in Iasi has been detained by DNA prosecutors for allegedly requesting nearly RON 20,000 (approx. EUR 4,500) to record a man on the list of students in the third year of study. The man ...

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Three dead in shooting at Palace of Justice in Milan

Three people have been killed, including a court judge and other two have been injured after a gunman opened fire in Milan’s Palace of Justice on Thursday, officials said. The gunman is reportedly a defendant in a bankruptcy case, Italian ...

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