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Update: DIICOT to suspend 4 hours of work per day, Prosecutor’s Office employees to wear white armlets in protest against GEO on laws of justice

The Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) has announced the activity will be halted every day, during 8.00-12.00h, as of Tuesday until March 8. Only the emergencies will be solved. The decision comes in protest against the Emergency ...

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First lady Carmen Iohannis fails to attend hearings at Prosecutor General’s Office, reportedly on medical reasons

First lady Carmen Iohannis has been subpoenaed on Monday to the Prosecutor General’s Office in a file opened following a denouncement regarding the money collected by renting an apartment house, but the President’s wife has failed to come to the ...

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DNA sends Hexi Pharma company to court for tax evasion

The file in which Hexi Pharma has been investigated for tax evasion comes to court. After an investigation started almost two years ago, the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) prosecutors have completed their investigation and have concluded that the company has ...

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Constitutional Court postpones to November 28 the debate on the conflict between Parliament and Public Ministry on secret protocols

The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) has postponed to November 28 the debates on the referral coming from the Chamber of Deputies regarding a conflict between the Parliament and the Public Ministry, saying that the secret protocols continue to have ...

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Update – CSM: Lazar’s file does not include resolution to dismiss file targeting Iohannis. Justice Minister says will reveal file on Tuesday

The Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) has informed Prosecutor General Augustin Lazar that in the file with his proposal for appointment to the Prosecutor General’s Office there is no document referring to “a resolution on closing down a file concerning ...

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Prosecutor General’s Office: Protocols with SRI, signed on the basis of a Government Decision signed by Tariceanu

The Prosecutor General’s Office states that through a Government Decision adopted in 2005, when Calin Popescu Tariceanu was Prime Minister, it was decided to conclude protocols for establishing the procedures for communication with the Supreme Defence Council (CSAT), the Romanian ...

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Justice Minister claims emergency ordinance on laws of justice does not apply retroactively, is in line with the Venice Commission’s recommendations

Justice Minister Tudorel Toader wrote on Sunday in a Facebook post that the emergency ordinance adopted by the Government to amend the laws of justice cannot be applied retroactively, so that “it does not affect the stability of prosecutors gained ...

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Ombudsman Victor Ciorbea has delegated authority, but the deputy cannot notify the Constitutional Court

The Ombudsman has announced that he has delegated the authority to one of his deputies, however the power to notify the Constitutional Court is excepted. The exception is reportedly confirmed by one of the CCR decisions which reads that ‘the ...

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