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12 people convicted for the violence during anti-GEO 13 protests in February 2017

Two acquittals and prison sentences for the violent football fans who attacked gendarmes and protesters during the massive protest against the emergency ordinance amending the justice laws in February 2017. 12 men have been sentenced in a first court for ...

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Rise Project: The Data Protection Authority requires us to disclose the sources in #TeleormanLeaks case

Rise Project journalists claim that the National Authority for Personal Data Processing Surveillance (ANSPCP) exerts pressure on them to reveal the sources, after publishing the first information from the suitcase that a local resident allegedly found in the rural area ...

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Gov’t to pay EUR 4,500 moral damages to Romanian citizen

The Romanian Government has to pay material and moral damages worth EUR 4,500 to a Romanian citizen so that he withdraws the lawsuit filed against Romanian at the European Court for Human Rights (ECHR). The man complained he was fined ...

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Pension Pillar II scandal: Former NN Pensii chief wins lawsuit against ASF, to receive moral damages

Former NN Pensii chief, Raluca Tintoiu, has won the lawsuit against the Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF) whereby she requested the cancellation of the contravention in the context of the scandal regarding the nationalization of Pension Pillar II. The Bucharest Court ...

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Update – Supreme Court: Public gatherings must be declared. Participants may be sentenced to jail sentences. #rezist protesters say will sue the state

Organisers have the obligation to declare the public gatherings to the public authorities, when they are to be carried out in squares or on public roads or in other places situated nearby the offices or houses of legal persons of ...

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Fines may be paid within 15 days, no longer to the policemen

As of today, the contravention fines can be paid at half of the minimum level provided by the normative act, within 15 days from the date of handing the minute (instead of 48 hours), the Interior Ministry informs. “In other ...

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Almost half of the cars in traffic do not meet the technical requirements

The Romanian Auto Registry (RAR) inspectors have checked, technically, some 33,726 vehicles countrywide in the first half of the year, and almost 1,700 cars were found in imminent risk of accidents, with multiple issues related to lighting, signal, pollution, tyres, ...

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Rugby: Romania, Spain and Belgium disqualified from World Cup 2019

The World Rugby international federation announced on Tuesday that the national teams of Romania, Spain and Belgium have been disqualified from World Cup 2019, for using ineligible players. A release posted on the World Rugby website reads that in respect ...

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Competition Council conducts investigation on alleged rigged auctions organised by Transgaz. Gas tariffs could go down

The gas tariffs paid by consumers could go down, if an investigation conducted by the Competition Council (CC) would prove that some of the auctions organised by Transgaz were rigged. Most likely, the auctions were organised for the state company’s ...

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