ECHR to reach a decision concerning judge Barsan’s immunity on Monday

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg will adopt on Monday a decision concerning the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA)’s petition that the Romanian ECHR judge Corneliu Barsan be divested of his immunity, official sources stated, quoted by Mediafax. The DNA prosecutors searched on October 6 the Barsan spouses’ home in the context of an investigation into potential acts of corruption committed by Gabriela Barsan, as head of the Legal Department. On the other hand, according to Hotnews, Gabriela Barsan recently filed a complaint against DNA chief Daniel Morar. The judge Gabriela Barsan calls on the Prosecutor-General Laura Codruta Kovesi to initiate a criminal investigation against Morar, whom she accuses of abuse in office, intellectual forgery and the use thereof and negligence in performing his duty.

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