Romanian Justice Minister Catalin Predoiu and European officials will discuss on Monday in Brussels about the Mechanism for Cooperation and Verification. The Justice Minister pointed out that he will oppose the use of the MCV as a pretext in other files such as the Schengen accession. Predoiu will have a series of work meetings with Cecilia Malmstrom, European Commissioner for Internal Affairs, and with Viviane Reding, Vice President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship. “What the government and Parliament have achieved in the last three or four years for Justice reform is unprecedented in our country and at European level. How many countries have adopted four Codes, the implementation laws, the reform of the promotion system within the Supreme Court, the reform of the disciplinary system and so on in just several years? How many countries took, in just several years, the peremptory measures that Romania took in order to combat corruption and organized crime, by ignoring the political interests and stripes of those investigated, charged and convicted?” the Justice Minister argued.