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Elections for the CSM leadership on January 6: Judges Marius Tudose Badea and Alexandru Serban run for the president office

Judges Marius Tudose Badea and Alexandru Serban have announced their candidacy for the position of president of the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM). Prosecutor Bogdan Gabor has applied  for the position  of vice president of CSM

The elections for the CSM leadership positions will be held the first plenary session, which is scheduled for January 6. The president Klaus Iohannis has confirmed his presence to the meeting, sources from the CSM have told to Mediafax.

The management projects of the candidates were published on Tuesday on the website of the Superior Council of Magistracy.

Judge Marius Tudose Badea aims in his project to continue the process started in 2011, of rationalization of courts and prosecution units by “redesigning judicial administrative map” to increase the efficiency and quality of justice.

Judge Alexander Serban supports in his management project that a number of legislative changes are required that the role of guarantor of judicial independence of the Council to be more effective.

The only candidate for the CSM vice president position, prosecutor Bogdan Gabor, says in his project published on the website of the Council, that the Ministry of Justice should be notified on the need to amend the package of laws of justice.

Another priority assumed by the prosecutor is the “review and resize together with the Public Ministry, of the personnel schemes, in order to reduce the number of posts from some prosecution offices and the allocation of these financed posts to the large prosecution units “.

 

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