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 president says request for general prosecutor’s dismissal is “completely inadequate”

Romania’s president Klaus Iohannis said on Thursday, October 25, that justice minister Tudorel Toader’s request for general prosecutor Augustin Lazar’s dismissal is “completely inadequate”. He...

Romania settles in ECHR case of man fined for unauthorized protest

The Government agreed to settle for EUR 4,500 in a suit filed by a Romanian citizen at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). The...

Romanian president asks for new process for adopting justice laws

Romania’s president Klaus Iohannis talked to representatives of the political parties in the parliament yesterday aiming to get their consensus for a new process...

Romania’s justice minister starts the procedure for revoking general prosecutor

Romania’s justice minister Tudorel Toader announced on Wednesday evening, October 24, that he started the procedure for revoking the country’s general prosecutor Augustin Lazar. Toader...

Lukoil refinery in Romania and Russian managers cleared of economic crimes charges

The Romanian subsidiary of Russian group Lukoil that operates the Petrotel refinery in Ploiesti and its managers were found not guilty of economic crimes,...

New section that investigates magistrates becomes operational in Romania

The new section that investigates crimes committed by magistrates, which is part of the General Prosecutor’s Office, became operational in Romania on Tuesday, October...

Romania to pay EUR 9,000 damages in police aggression case

Romania needs to pay EUR 9,000 in damages to a young man in Bistriţa, a city in northern Romania, according to a decision of...

Romanian president calls political parties to consultations on justice legislation

Romanian president Klaus Iohannis has invited the local political parties represented in the Parliament to consultations on the justice reform on Wednesday, October 24. The...

Venice Commission: Romania’s justice reform weakens fight against corruption and other crimes

The Council of Europe’s Venice Commission is concerned that many draft amendments to the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code in Romania seriously...

Bucharest Tribunal judge to stand trial for bribery

Prosecutors from the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) sent Bucharest Tribunal judge Elena Burlan to court for bribery, the prosecution office announced. The DNA prosecutors accuse...

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