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No progress in Romanian, Bulgarian Justice

Vineri, 22 iunie 2007, 0:00

The lack of results in the campaign against corruption and organized crime in Romania and Bulgaria worries the Brussels officials. "Six months after joining the European Union, Romania and Bulgaria have failed to demonstrate credible progress in fighting systemic corruption and organized crime, despite broad legislative reforms", Reuters comments.

The negative examples are the activity of the Romanian Justice Minister, Tudor Chiuariu, the stalling of criminal files against former PM Adrian Nastase and limits imposed for the National Integrity Agency, an institution that should verify the way dignitaries gain their wealth.

Some EU member states consider that Romania and Bulgaria, as poor Balkans' countries, were accepted too early in the community, Reuters says. The countries are still monitored by the EU officials and risk sanctions after the June 27 report, in case the Justice criteria are not met.

"We haven't seen any evidence of results, any impact on society," said one EU diplomat in Bucharest, quoted by Reuters.

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