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Andrei studied finance at the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies and worked for almost ten years for Ziarul Financiar, the main financial newspaper in Romania. For the last six years he was editor of the capital markets section in Ziarul Financiar. He joined the Romania-Insider.com team in May 2014 as editor and partner. Besides capital markets he is also interested in trends in economy, banking and politics. He is passionate about sports, movies and literature, especially crime fiction and political intrigues (Game of Thrones). He would like to live in the countryside one day, groom a vineyard and write his own literature. Email him for interviews, conferences and story pitches at [email protected]

Romania’s justice minister announces his chief anticorruption prosecutor nomination

Romania’s justice minister Tudorel Toader nominated Adina Florea, a prosecutor from Constanta, for the position of chief prosecutor of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA). Toader made his announcement on Thursday, September 6, after completing the evaluation process of the six prosecutors who competed for this position.

Adina Florea is a prosecutor at the Constanta Court of Appeal’s prosecutor office.

The justice minister will send his nomination to the Superior Magistracy Council (CSM), which issues a consultative opinion. President Klaus Iohannis is the one who makes the appointment.

It’s not clear if the president can refuse the justice minister’s proposal. Earlier this year, the Constitutional Court ruled that the president must accept the justice minister’s request to dismiss former DNA chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi.

Romanian justice minister rejects all candidates for head of anticorruption department

Romanian president dismisses anticorruption head

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Andrei Chirileasa
Editor-in-Chief

Andrei studied finance at the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies and worked for almost ten years for Ziarul Financiar, the main financial newspaper in Romania. For the last six years he was editor of the capital markets section in Ziarul Financiar. He joined the Romania-Insider.com team in May 2014 as editor and partner. Besides capital markets he is also interested in trends in economy, banking and politics. He is passionate about sports, movies and literature, especially crime fiction and political intrigues (Game of Thrones). He would like to live in the countryside one day, groom a vineyard and write his own literature. Email him for interviews, conferences and story pitches at [email protected]

Romania’s justice minister announces his chief anticorruption prosecutor nomination

Romania’s justice minister Tudorel Toader nominated Adina Florea, a prosecutor from Constanta, for the position of chief prosecutor of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA). Toader made his announcement on Thursday, September 6, after completing the evaluation process of the six prosecutors who competed for this position.

Adina Florea is a prosecutor at the Constanta Court of Appeal’s prosecutor office.

The justice minister will send his nomination to the Superior Magistracy Council (CSM), which issues a consultative opinion. President Klaus Iohannis is the one who makes the appointment.

It’s not clear if the president can refuse the justice minister’s proposal. Earlier this year, the Constitutional Court ruled that the president must accept the justice minister’s request to dismiss former DNA chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi.

Romanian justice minister rejects all candidates for head of anticorruption department

Romanian president dismisses anticorruption head

[email protected]

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