JUSTICE

JusMin to future magistrates: Justice’s future depends on people who chose to put themselves in service of righteousness

The future of Justice in Romania depends most on the people who chose to put themselves in the service of righteousness, Justice Minister Florin Iordache wrote on Friday, on a Facebook post.

He says that his attendance to the opening of the academic year at the National Institute of Magistracy represented an occasion to say a few words to the future magistrates, underlining that “on their shoulders and on those coming after them lies a huge responsibility and it is very important for them to understand the role they will have in the Romanian society.”

“The future of Justice in Romania depends mostly on the people who chose to put themselves in the service of righteousness. I wished them good luck and also to be close not just to the letter, but to the spirit of laws!,” the Justice Minister wrote.

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