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February 27, 2021
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Supreme Court President criticized CC decision on magistrates’ bonuses

The president of the supreme court, Nicolae Popa, criticized on Wednesday the decision of the Constitutional Court regarding the bonuses for the magistrates, estimating that it complied with the request of another power, and announced that he would leave soon his position at the head of the High Court of Appeals and Justice (ICCJ). “I shall leave soon this place, at the head of the Supreme Court,” Popa said at the Centennial of the Superior Council of Magistracy. Nicolae Popa also said that the judges do their job every day, hinting to the MPs who do not make decisions for lack of quorum. Nicolae Popa also said that the judges were “deceived by a structure,” the Constitutional Court. The Constitutional Court established on Wednesday, with unanimity of votes, the existence of a conflict of constitutional nature between ICCJ, Legislative and Executive, in the case of the notification by President Traian Basescu over the exceeded attributions of the judicial power in regard to the salary rises for magistrates and the assimilated personnel.

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