Romania’s Prosecutor General Tiberiu Nitu in Brasov on Tuesday stated in answering a question regarding some information, released in the press by “so-called sources”, from the case files of persons under investigation, that there is no indication of committing any disciplinary deviations pertaining to the public communication of certain information.
“The verifications made by the Judicial Inspection, the institution in charge with conducting such checks on situations invoked by the press, determined there are no indications of committing any disciplinary deviations pertaining to the public communication of certain information. It was determined that the information released by the press do not constitute information leaks”, said the Prosecutor General.
He also stated that there are certain pieces of information that are contained within the court files of courts, prosecutor’s offices, and that they cannot constitute information leaks that would be considered disciplinary deviations of some magistrates.
Romania’s Prosecutor General Tiberiu Nitu participated, in Brasov, on Tuesday, together with Justice Minister Robert Cazanciuc and Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) deputy chairman Robert Gabor, in the inauguration of the headquarters of the Prosecutor’s offices attached to the Brasov Courthouse, the Minors’ and Family Tribunal and the Brasov Tribunal.