24.8 C
May 16, 2022

National Integrity Council appoints former collaborator of PM Boc as its president

The members of the National Integrity Council (CNI) yesterday appointed Cynthia Curt – proposed by the PDL group in the Senate – as Council president, with eight votes. Her rival, Arin Alexandru, proposed by the PNL group in the Senate, only received four votes, and two votes were voided. The voting was secret, based on paper ballots. The new CNI president, Cynthia Curt was the PDL subprefect of Cluj County and was the lecturer of acting PM Emil Boc at the Faculty of Political Administrative and Communication Sciences of the Babes-Bolyai University (UBB) of Cluj. Cynthia Curt has a doctorate in Political and Administrative Sciences – International Relations, with the doctoral thesis “Romanian bicameralism – a comparative approach.”

She graduated the Law Faculty of UBB in 1998 and started her career as a lawyer, then was hired by the Cluj Prefecture, where she was a deputy prefect from January 2006 until March 2008, at the proposal of PDL. In 2008, she left the Cluj Prefecture for a position of government inspector and member of the Body of High Civil Servants.

Last week, the Senate appointed 14 full members and 13 alternate members of the National Integrity Council.

Related posts

New edition of the International Festival of Education kicks off in Ploiesti

Romanian owns diamond mine in Africa


Senate approves lower turnout threshold for referendum

Nine O' Clock