JUSTICE

DNA’s Kovesi after meeting Justice Minister: I don’t intend to resign, my resignation not requested

Chief Prosecutor of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) Laura Codruta Kovesi stated on Monday, after the meeting with Justice Minister Tudorel Toader that she wasn’t requested to resign and she is not intending to resign.

“I wasn’t requested to resign, I don’t intend to resign, I don’t have any reason to resign, the DNA did its job. It was a discussion about which I don’t want to share many details, you will find out after this stage is completed,” Laura Codruta Kovesi stated upon exiting the Justice Ministry.

Codruta Kovesi arrived at the Justice Ministry headquarters on Monday afternoon, shortly after U.S. Ambassador Hans Klemm met Justice Minister Tudorel Toader.

 

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