Romania: Judges’ associations sharply criticize judicial changes

Three associations of judges and prosecutors in Romania have sharply criticized the Justice Ministry’s latest draft court reforms. The proposed regulations were contrary to European Union standards and requirements to which the country has committed itself, said the statement released in Bucharest on Tuesday. “Despite commitments made to the European Commission, almost all of the harmful changes criticized by international bodies over the last few years remain in place,” the judges and prosecutors wrote.

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