Court of cassation

Top court president: Romanian society has somewhat negative perception of judiciary

President of the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) Corina Corbu said on Wednesday on the occasion of the meeting for the review of the institution's 2019 activity that, to a certain degree, the Romanian society has a negative perception of the judiciary. "I have never shunned from publicly stating things that are perhaps less pleasant.

CSM: Elimination of service pensions of magistrates seriously affects justice independence

The Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) said the elimination of the service pensions of the magistrates "is a very serious matter that affects justice independence." "The Superior Council of Magistracy is concerned and disapproves the adoption by the Deputies Chamber on January 28 of the law that eliminates the service pensions of judges and prosecutors.

Dragnea to Supreme Court: I have spent eight months in prison while being "completely innocent"

Former Social Democratic Party (PSD) leader Liviu Dragnea told the judges of the Supreme Court on Tuesday that he has spent eight months in the Rahova Penitentiary while being "completely innocent" and asked them to annul the sentence by which he was convicted to 3 years and 6 months of imprisonment in the case of the fictitious hiring at the Teleorman Social Assistance and Child Protection Dir

Lozan Panov: There Is a Risk for the Chief Prosecutor Election to Be Left with only One Nomination

Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) chairman Lozan Panov believes there is a risk that the election of the Chief Prosecutor will remain with only one nomination after yesterday the entire Prosecutor's College of the Supreme Judicial Council (YSC) raised Ivan Geshev.

The EC Refused to Comment on the Case with the Bulgarian Guest Houses

The European Commission refused to comment on the case of the Bulgarian guest houses built with funds from European funds as private villas, BNR reported.
Speaker Daniel Rosario said that an investigation into these cases is currently underway in Bulgaria, and it is precisely this that needs to answer the problem.