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PM Ciuca: Justice Day highlights the role of the justice act, of court partners and all law enforcement in consolidating the rule of law. JusMin Predoiu: We owe it to ourselves to reinstate Romanian Justice in front line of European Justice

Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca said on Sunday, on the occasion of Justice Day, in which he says that talks with the deputy chairwoman of the European Commission for values and transparency, Vera Jourova, which were also aimed at Romania’s registered progress in implementing recommendations from the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (MCV), encourages continuing actions which the authorities are doing in order to reform the justice system.

“Marked each year with the first Sunday of July, Justice Day highlights the role of the justice act, of court partners and all law enforcement in consolidating the rule of law. Recent discussions with the chairwoman of the European Commission for values and transparency, Vera Jourova, which were also focused on the progress registered by Romania in implementing recommendations within the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM), encourages us to continue our actions that are doing for reforming the justice system. The challenge is bringing the perspective of finishing the process of monitoring Romania through CVM and we are proving that Romanian justice works 100% on the European Union’s principles of justice,” Ciuca said.

He specified that justice “in the service of the citizen” and a modern, efficient, accessible, and quality system, adapted to the needs of society and business environment represents objectives in which he believes and which the government team took upon itself through the governing program.

“We now have the possibility to support it, including through projects that will receive financing from the EU budget, through Romania’s National Recovery and Resilience plan (PNRR),” the PM added.

Nicolae Ciuca highlighted that respect towards the law, truth, defending rights and legitimate interests of the citizen, being impartial, integrity and independence of the court and all those that are in the service of the law are “values which need to prevail in a justice system adapted to transformations which occurred in Romanian society for the past three decades”.

“Happy anniversary to Romanian Justice and all those who are in this field!,” the Prime Minister said, according to Agerpres.

 

JusMin Predoiu: We owe it to ourselves to reinstate Romanian Justice in front line of European Justice

 

The Minister of Justice, Catalin Predoiu, sent a message on Sunday, on the occasion of Justice Day, in which he says that “we owe it to ourselves to reinstate Romanian Justice where it belongs, at the front line of European Justice”.

“The search for truth and justice are part of human nature and forms humanity’s relentless destiny. That is why, Justitia est fundamentum regnorum, as well as the work for building the “Justice Cathedral” is endless. The role of justice is not only to unravel causes and conflicts, but figuring out accusations and defence, of managing to do justice,” Catalin Predoiu declared.

According to him, the capacity of justice to do justice depends on many conditions, from the quality of higher legal learning, to the level of training of teachers and Law School graduates, to the rationality of the organization of courts and the quality of laws adopted by Parliament.

“That is why the work for modernizing and perfecting Justice is a sort of ‘endless marathon’, a road without an end, an ideal that requires to be constantly pursued. I am expressing my trust that in 2022 we will continue marking progress on this road, for the good of litigants, for the good of all, and success will hang by the cooperation between the state’s three constitutional powers, as well as the availability of each professional involved in the act of Justice. We owe it to ourselves to replace Romanian Justice where it belongs, in the front lines of European Justice. We are in the 11-th hour to fulfill this objective. The Romanian citizens and the Romanian state’s fundamental interests hang by this goal,” Minister Catalin Predoiu also said.

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