JUSTICE POLITICS

PSD: Those who dispute the integrity of the new Section for Investigating Magistrates in fact dispute the integrity of the entire judicial system. Stop politicising the criminal probe against Mrs Kovesi! Let the evidence do the talking!

The representatives of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) state that those who dispute the integrity of the new Section for Investigating Magistrates in fact dispute the integrity of the entire judicial system, since the members of the Section are prosecutors who were already active in the judicial system, selected and appointed by the CSM. “Stop politicising the criminal probe against Mrs Kovesi! Let the evidence do the talking! If Mrs Kovesi is innocent, let her prove it before the court of law!” they say.

“Those who dispute the integrity of the new Section for Investigating Magistrates in fact dispute the integrity of the entire Romanian judicial system. The new Section consists of prosecutors who were already part of the judicial system. They were selected and appointed by the magistrates of the Superior Council of the Magistracy – a body independent from political influences. So, if the prosecutors of the new Section are not all right, then none of the things that occurred in our judicial system is all right,” the PSD representatives point out in a message posted on Facebook on Monday evening.

They add that if Laura Codruta Kovesi is innocent she should prove it in court.

“Stop politicising the criminal probe against Mrs Kovesi! Let the evidence do the talking! If Mrs Kovesi is innocent, let her prove it before the court of law!”, the PSD representatives add.

Section for Investigating Magistrates prosecutors announced last Friday evening that they have officially accused Laura Codruta Kovesi of receiving RON 280,000 from Sebastian Ghita, in connection with the extradition of Nicolae Popa.

 

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