Judge Horatius Dumbrava, a member on the Supreme Council of Magistrates (CSM), says CSM should discuss at a plenary meeting the allegations of a coup d’état and what happened Tuesday in Parliament, when the MPs refused to allow a criminal investigation of Prime Minister Victor Ponta.
”I hope we will discuss the matter at a plenary meeting; I hope my prosecutor colleagues will raise the issue. Anyhow, the link between the alleged coup d’état and what happened yesterday at Parliament, the request of the attorney general, have to be discussed. (…) If it is indeed a coup d’état, justice is in trouble. If it is not so, those who claim the contrary have a problem,’ Dumbrava said Wednesday upon arriving at the CSM main offices.
At a plenary vote session on Tuesday, the Chamber of Deputies denied a request for the commencement of criminal investigation of Prime Minister Victor Ponta, 231 to 120, Agerpres informs.