PSD’s Dragnea: Justice laws to be endorsed in this parliamentary session, with or without Venice Commission’s opinion

The Justice laws’ amending project will be endorsed by the Parliament during this session with or without an opinion of the Venice Commission regarding the chief prosecutors’ appointment way, on Wednesday night said the national leader of the ruling PSD, Liviu Dragnea, at the private Antena3 TV broadcaster.

“We want these laws to be endorsed during this parliamentary session, with the stipulation that I’ve seen discussions today (Wednesday, ed. n.) about the opinion of the Venice Commission to be asked for, regarding this procedure. I, for one, don’t find it important. We go on to the end for these laws to be adopted. The Venice Commission’s opinion, be it in December or January, we could only proceed after all to an addendum to the law, but we could not stay and wait with all of the expected Justice laws until the Venice Commission is telling us that X or Y could appoint (the chief prosecutors, ed. n.),” the Social Democratic Party leader stressed.

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