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May 8, 2021
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Klaus Iohannis: We have to definitively overcome situations in which Parliament opposes prosecutions of its members

President Klaus Iohannis has announced he will be attending the presentation of the activity report of the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) on Tuesday, when he will advocate the need for “definitively overcoming” the instances in which Parliament opposes the prosecution of its members.

“Tomorrow [Tuesday] I will be attending the presentation of the DNA activity report and once again underscore that we have to definitively overcome the instances in which Parliament opposes the prosecution of its members. I hope the political parties will meet their public commitment to simplify and make more transparent the parliamentary procedures when it comes to requests from the judiciary,” Iohannis said Monday in a Facebook post.

Iohannis believes that Romania is gradually becoming “a model and inspiration for other countries in what concerns the fight against corruption”. “Gradually, Romania is becoming a model and inspiration for other countries in what concerns the fight against corruption. I noticed this during Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev’s recent visit to Bucharest,” President Iohannis wrote on his Facebook page.

 

 

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