The Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) report, which the European Commission will release tomorrow, November 13, is expected to call on Romania to stop...

High Court reopens corruption case targeting Romania’s ruling party leader

Romania’s High Court of Cassation and Justice decided on Monday, October 1, to reopen a corruption case related to the privatization of construction company...

Bucharest court rules EUR 4.7 mln distraint on former tourism minister’s wealth

The Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled a distraint on the properties of Romania’s former tourism minister Elena Udrea for the recovery of EUR 4.7...

US ambassador: Justice changes in Romania threaten to turn back clock to early 2000s

The accumulated changes to the country’s justice system “threaten to turn back the clock to the early 2000s, when the Romanian judiciary was plagued...

Romanian prosecutors close high treason case against prime minister

The prosecutors from the Directorate for Combatting Organized Crime and Terrorism – DIICOT have decided to close the high treason case against prime minister...

Federation of European Bars urges Romanian Govt. to stop measures that affect the rule...

The General Assembly of the Federation of European Bars (FBE), which represents 250 member bars together with its one million member lawyers, issued a...

Romanian court says amendment to law sanctioning corruption is unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court (CCR) ruled on Tuesday, September 25, that an amendment to the law on sanctioning corruption offenses, which passed the Parliament vote...

Romania’s ruling party considers emergency ordinance for changes to justice laws

The Romanian Parliament’s special committee in charge with changing the justice laws will hold new talks with MPs, institution representatives and magistrate associations to...

Romanian Gendarmerie heads indicted in August 10 protest case

Several representatives of the Romanian Gendarmerie, including Colonel Cătălin Sindile and Colonel Sebastian Cucoş, and a state secretary from the Ministry of Internal Affairs,...

Romania’s Constitutional Court OKs referendum for family

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...

Romanian magistrates protest over justice laws changes

Over 200 magistrates protested the changes brought to the justice laws during the evening of September 16, in front of the Court of Appeal...

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