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Employees of two Romanian penitentiaries, on the verge of strike

The employees of two penitentiaries in eastern Romania threaten that they will not do overtime if they are not paid and in the absence of further hiring. The ones who sounded the alarm were the employees of the penitentiary in ...

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Green light for two new penitentiaries in Prahova and Buzau

The Government has Okayed a memorandum in its recent sitting stipulating the construction of two new penitentiaries, each with a 1,000-seat capacity in Prahova and Buzau. The memorandum also Oks the foundation of the National Institute for Penitentiary and Probation ...

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Justice Minister reiterates he will make a decision on DNA leadership by year-end

Justice Minister Tudorel Toader has said on Monday he will make a decision regarding the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) chief, Laura Codruta Kovesi, by the end of the year. The Justice Minister does not issue verdict, he issues proposals. The ...

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DNA chief Kovesi warns amendments to justice laws would have serious consequences. Row at CSM sitting over her presence at the GDS debates

National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) chief Laura Codruta Kovesi claims she has no ‘plan C’ if dismissed from office and she will do her duty till the last day. On the other hand Kovesi warned that the amendments of the justice ...

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Justice Minister Toader: This year I will make a decision on the DNA leadership

Justice Minister Tudorel Toader said on Thursday that he will make a decision regarding the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) leadership this year and that he would consider several issues, not only the Judicial Inspectorate’s report. “I can’t tell you the ...

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1,200 prisoners already released, the number will reach 8,000 per year. 70-80pc will be arrested again

The National Penitentiaries Administration’s trade union federation says Justice Minister Tudorel Toader is wrong by claiming only 650 prisoners have been released after the compensatory appeal was approved. “The Justice Minister misinforms the Parliament by stating that, during the first ...

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Inquiry committee on 2009 elections complains to JusMin about Kovesi’s denial to come for hearings

The chief prosecutor of the National Anti-corruption Directorate, Laura Codruta Kovesi didn’t show up at the inquiry committee that investigates the 2009 elections, so the committee decided to send Justice minister a letter informing minister Tudorel Toader that the anti-corruption ...

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CSM, negative opinion on parliament’s Justice Laws. Supreme Court President suspects another version was submitted in Brussels

The Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) has voted on Thursday for a negative opinion related to the Justice Laws draft bill presented by Parliament, CSM sources inform. The decision was made by majority of votes: 11 for negative opinion, 7 ...

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