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More magistrates return to courts today

Bucharest Appeal Court decided last Friday, within the General Assembly, to suspend protests and to return to courts as of today, remaining for them to continue, in parallel, negotiations to settle the magistrates’ claims.


On Friday, magistrates of Arad court also decided to suspend protests, so that the normal work program is resumed as of today, Mediafax informs. A similar announcement was made by the magistrates of Maramures Court who also decided, this Friday, to suspend the protest action starting with September 28. The representatives of magistrates and those of politicians signed last Thursday the principles of the Pact for Justice, after including several amendments.


The only ones who did not sign the document were State Secretary with Justice Ministry Gabriel Tanasescu and Mircea Toader leader of PDL Parliamentarian group. During the debates on Thursday, the magistrates’ representatives and Parliament groups had talks in relation to the five axis of the principles of the Pact for Justice, bringing several amendments to the document. The most numerous ones deal with funding the judicial system and with the relationship between the three powers.


As of others, the Chair of the Superior Council of Magistracy, Virgil Andreies, invited yesterday president Traian Basescu to participate as mediator among state powers in adopting a joint statement, where they guarantee the stability of the magistrates’ statute, based on CSM site.


The magistrates strike was a hit against several who believed in justice. According to the edition from Saturday of the daily newspaper ‘Evenimentul Zilei,’ thousands of companies were affected or had their activity hindered because of protests in justice, which jeopardize also the absorption of the EU funds, whereas those having debts are happy.

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