PSD Senator Dan Sova yesterday invited PDL MEP Monica Macovei to publish her professional record so that the public knows her performance as a prosecutor prior to 1989 as well as the reason for which she had quit the Prosecution Service. Sova said that, in 1999, when she was a candidate for the position of Human Rights Commissioner on the Council of Europe, running on behalf of Romania, Macovei put the country in a delicate position by not recording in her CV her activity before 1992. According to Sova, CoE officials asked what Monica Macovei had done between her graduation in 1982 and 1992. He noted that her ten years of work do not appear on the website of the European Parliament either. Sova added that, if Macovei does not disclose her professional history, one could draw the conclusion that she has something to hide. He accused her of blocking, as a minister, the move of the courts’ budgets from the Ministry of Justice to CSM and opposed the entry into force of the Penal Code already finalised in 2004, for which reason Romania now has four Penal Codes, one in force and three new ones, already published in the Official Journal of Romania. PNL MP and ex-Minister of Justice Tudor Chiuariu yesterday accused MEP Monica Macovei of having proposed, back in 2005, as a minister, the unification of DNA with DIICOT, while criticising the idea in public. The Liberal called her ‘an anti-corruption fiddler’. PDL Vice President Monica Macovei on Friday urged the resignation of PM Victor Ponta, arguing that he had created ‘a premeditated scheme designed to exonerate ULS people, starting with Adrian Nastase, of criminal liability’, pointing out that dismissing the ISC chief was ‘insufficient’.