ECONOMY JUSTICE

European Commission officials arrived in Romania yesterday. Meetings with judicial system, Parliament and Gov’t representatives are ongoing

Regarding the assessment mission of the Control and Verification Mechanism (CVM), the Justice Ministry informed Agerpres that several meetings will take place at the Justice Ministry headquarters on Thursday. The meetings will analyse the recommendations, as well as the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedures Code – recommendations 3 and 4 –, and will be attended by representatives of the Justice Ministry, Supreme Magistracy Council, High Court of Cassation and Justice, National Anticorruption Directorate, Prosecutor’s Office attached to the High Court of Cassation and Justice, Lower House and Senate.

Another meeting concerns the Civil Code, the Civil Procedure Code, the judicial system’s development strategy – recommendations 3 and 6 –, and will be attended by the representatives of the Justice Ministry, Supreme Magistracy Council, High Court of Cassation and Justice and of the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the High Court of Cassation and Justice.

The National Anticorruption Strategy – recommendation 11 – will also be among the topics set to be tackled during the meetings.

The aforementioned source points out that another meeting will also discuss the implementation of the plan concerning the failure to enforce public debtor decisions – recommendation 5 –, a meeting that will be attended by the representatives of the Justice Ministry, Foreign Affairs Ministry, Regional Development Ministry, Interior Ministry, Finance Ministry, and the Government’s General Secretariat.

 

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