Romanian Justice minister Tudor Chiuariu announced on Monday that this week’s government meeting he would propose an emergency ordinance to change the law that establishes the National Agency for Integrity (ANI), a body aimed at checking the wealth of Romanian dignitaries.

The changes includes a 10,000 euro threshold for differences between the wealth accumulated by dignitaries and their official incomes during their term in office, a threshold that automatically sparks checks on their wealth.

The previous threshold as set by the law when voted in the Parliament this month was 20,000 euro.

According to Chiuariu, the ordinance also includes measures to establish ANI as fast as possible.

And he dismissed media claims that ANI was a politically controlled body. He said the Senate “only formally” will name the president and the vice-president of the Agency, as they will be chosen following an open contest for the job.