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CSM defends Lidia Barbulescu in spite of DNA, DIICOT notices

The Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) decided yesterday, one and a half years after the notice of DNA and DIICOT prosecutors regarding the declarations made by Lidia Barbulescu about their activity in the strategic privatization file, that they did not affect their independence and impartiality. DNA and DIICOT chiefs formulated in August 2008 a request to defend the professional repute of the prosecutors from the two divisions, after several declarations made by Lidia Barbulescu, CSM president at that time, accusing her of having disparaged them.

In the request to defend their professional reputation, the former CSM president is accused of speaking publicly, without getting informed, about some cases pending with courts or with which the Prosecutor’s Office deals, and actually contributes to the disparagement of the act of justice. The prosecutors were discontent with the declarations made by CSM president, Lidia Barbulescu, in 2008, in an interview given to Radio France International on July 18, 2008, about the activity of the prosecutors in cases or in connection with cases with which DIICOT, respectively DNA, deals, through which, they said, unaware of the object and content of the files jumps to conclusions regarding the professionalism of the prosecutors, the result of the criminal inquiry and of the means of proof that were used.

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