The leader of Romania’s Conservative Party (PC) Dan Voiculescu has sent a message to European Vice-President Franco Frattini urging him to analyze the newly introduced ANI Law in Romania - establishing a National Agency for Integrity to keep the wealth of dignitaries in check - correctly, and not drastically, as the European official had said.

“Romania is a EU member country that needs correct, not drastic analyses”, Voiculescu said, saying that Frattini should keep his political preferences personal.

Frattini was largely quoted in the Romanian media last week as showing “concern” about recent events in Romania’s justice system and its fight against corruption and warning that these would be seriously reviewed prior to a review on Romania that the EC will publish next month.