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June 18, 2021

ANI: Judge Horatius Dumbrava not in conflict of interests

The National Integrity Agency (ANI) has stopped its investigation into a possible conflict of interests concerning Judge Horatius Dumbrava, member of the Superior Magistracy Council (CSM). According to the conclusions of the evaluation report authored by ANI, “during the period analyzed no elements were identified pointing to the violation of the legislation concerning the juridical regime of conflicts of interests, Article 251, Index 1 of the Penal Code, in what concerns Dumbrava Horatius Nicolae.” The magistrate stated exclusively for magistrati.ro that the solution was predictable in relation to legal provisions. “ANI inspectors cannot and should not verify judges when we are talking about their procedural obligations of abstaining in the legal cases they are handling, these being aspects that concern exclusively the evolution of the trial in court,” Dumbrava stated. We remind our readers that the judge came to ANI’s attention in July 2011, after ‘Adevarul’ daily published on its website an article on Dumbrava, titled “Head of CSM whitewashes bosses’ files.” ANI took note of a possible conflict of interests, Dumbrava having been appointed to judge the case of his former academic superior Liviu Onoriu Marian.

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