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June 22, 2021

CSM nominates Livia Stanciu as High Court president

Judge Livia Doina Stanciu was yesterday elected for the office of president of the High Court of Appeals and Justice (ICCJ), by the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM). According to Mediafax, the decision of CSM judges section to designate Livia Stanciu for ICCJ president was made on vote majority, respectively seven votes “for” and three “against.” Livia Stanciu said that if she is to receive validation by the Head of State, she intends to obtain at the end of her term a supreme court HQ. She also said she wished for her work to materialize “in good things for the entire judicial system.” Five judges have entered the race for this job, one of them later withdrew.

Also yesterday, CSM Section for prosecutors issued a favorable assent for justice minister’s proposal to reinvest Codrut Olaru as chief prosecutor with DIICOT, and also to reinvest Gabriela Scutea deputy prosecutor general. The deputy prosecutor general Gabriela Scutea yesterday, after her plenum hearing, said her main achievement was the dialogue with employees of the supreme court Prosecutor’s Office, and also with prosecutors’ offices throughout the country. She also nominated among successes her involvement in attracting the projects with Phare funds, carrying out 17 projects worth EUR 9 M in three years.

At the same time, Codrut Olaru said his priorities are institutional consolidation of the Organized crime and terrorism division of investigation (DIICOT), however, this cannot be achieved without the existence of an organic law regarding the structure’s organization and operation and also the fight against violent offences with fire arms, and IT crimes.

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