Romania’s Constitutional Court (CCR) decided on Monday, September 17, that the law adopted by the Senate last week for revising the definition of family...

Romania’s former anticorruption chief returns to job at anti-organized crime office

Laura Codruta Kovesi, who earlier this week was revoked from the position of chief prosecutor of the National Anticorruption Department (DNA) by presidential decree,...

Romania’s anticorruption department sends 68 officials to court in 5 years – report

The Romanian National Anticorruption Department (DNA) sent 68 officials to court in five years, namely 14 ministers and former ministers, 53 MPs and one...

Romania’s general prosecutor appoints interim head of anticorruption department

Prosecutor Anca Jurma will be the interim head of the National Anticorruption Department (DNA) after president Klaus Iohannis signed the decree to revoke Laura...

Romanian anticorruption head reacts to dismissal: Today’s episode is not a defeat

Laura Codruta Kovesi has reacted to president Klaus Iohannis’ decision to revoke her from the position of head of the National Anticorruption Department (DNA),...

Washington Post writes about democracy decline in Romania, Hungary, Poland

American daily The Washington Post has published a feature highlighting the democracy decline in Romania, Hungary and Poland, where “pluralist democratic norms are being...

Romanian president dismisses anticorruption head

President Klaus Iohannis signed the decree to revoke the National Anticorruption Directorate - DNA’s chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi, in accordance with the decision...

Council of Europe calls on Romania to wait for Venice Commission’s opinion on Criminal...

The Council of Europe’s Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland called on Romania to wait for the Venice Commission’s opinion, and to take it into account,...

Romanian registrar fined for delaying prisoner’s release

A registrar with the Iasi Tribunal, in north-eastern Romania, was ordered to pay EUR 20,000 in damages to a man whose release from prison...

Report: Democracy is in decline in Romania

Romania is among the countries that suffered from significant declines in the Liberal Democracy Index (LDI) over the past two years, according to the...
Dumitru Martin

Romanian prosecutors dismantle network defrauding German social security system

Prosecutors of the of the anti-organized crime directorate DIICOT in Brasov, in central Romania, have dismantled a network working to defraud the social security...

From Our Partners

(P) Romanian project aims to reimagine the future of cities

 / 
By 2050 more than 68% of the world population will live in cities. But how prepared are the cities to accommodate these new inhabitants...

Most recent

Romania Insider
Free Newsletters

Be up to speed with what’s happening in Romania! Choose from our 7 newsletters, covering the entire array of business, social, politics, and entertainment news

Subscribe now