The Bucharest Court of Appeal acquitted on Tuesday, November 13, the former Romanian Football League (LPF) president Dumitru Dragomir of tax evasion, embezzlement and...

Romanian anticorruption prosecutors want to investigate Senate president for bribery

Romania’s National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) has asked general prosecutor Augustin Lazar to notify the Senate about its intention to investigate Senate president Calin popescu-Tariceanu. The...

Romania’s Constitutional Court rules on conflict between High Court and Parliament

Romania’s Constitutional Court ruled on Wednesday, November 7, that the High Court of Cassation and Justice has issued several successive decisions since 2014 through...

Draft resolution on Romania: European Parliament deeply concerned about justice reform

The European Parliament (EP) is “deeply concerned” about the changes to the justice laws and the criminal codes in Romania, which could weaken the...

Former Romanian communications minister acquitted in Microsoft case

Romania’s High Court acquitted former communications minister Valerian Vreme of abuse of office charges in a case related to the authorities’ illegal purchase of...

One of Romania’s richest sentenced to jail for corruption

The Bucharest Court sentenced Ioan Niculae, once considered Romania’s richest, to 3 years and six months of jail time for corruption. The sentence is...

Request for general prosecutor’s dismissal sparks big scandal in Romania

Romanian justice minister Tudorel Toader’s request for the dismissal of general prosecutor Augustin Lazar has sparked a big scandal after one of the main...

Human Rights Court rules again against Romania for delays in investigating 1989 Revolution

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled that Romania should pay some EUR 345,000 to 23 victims or descendants of the victims of...

Romania’s Senate votes home detention for jail sentences of up to 18 months

Romania’s Senate voted on Monday, October 29, several changes to the law that sets the rules for serving jail sentences. One of the changes provides...

Bucharest subway murderer sentenced to life in prison

The Bucharest Court sentenced 37-year old Magdalena Serban, who killed a young woman after pushing her in front of a subway train in Bucharest,...

Romania’s Constitutional Court finds over 30 unconstitutional provisions in law to change Criminal Code

Romania’s Constitutional Court announced on Thursday, October 25, that 31 provisions included in the recently adopted law that changes the country’s Criminal Code are...

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