Justice Ministry: Birchall takes note of situation of Romanian imprisoned in China, contacts Foreign Affairs Ministry

The Justice Ministry announced on Thursday that Minister Ana Birchall took note of the situation of the Romanian citizen in detention in China and contacted the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for a joint legal and diplomatic action. "The Minister of Justice has taken note of the situation of Mr.

Woman wins case against Cyprus

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled against Cyprus in a case where a Vietnamese woman had complained about the conditions of her detention back in 2012.

The plaintiff, 38-year-old Thi Nguyen Khanh, was placed in a women's detention facility in Limassol from 1 March 2012 until 25 July 2012.

PG Lazar says manipulation of public opinion is frequently used to destabilise prosecutors' activity

The manipulation of the public opinion is frequently used to destabilise the proscutors' activity, and the Public Prosecution Service (MP) permanently acted in a transparent manner, in the spirit of finding the truth, Romania's Prosecutor General Augustin Lazar stated.

JusMin Toader: Justice legislation, amendments to criminal codes, transposition of directives, discussed with Venice Commission

Justice Minister Tudorel Toader said on Monday that talks with a Venice Commission delegation will focus on Romania's justice legislation, amendments to the criminal codes, the transposition of European directives into the Romanian legislation, and getting other pieces of legislation in line with the rulings of the Constitutional Court.