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Justice Minister worried about the Funding of political parties law

Luni, 22 mai 2006, 0:00

The Romanian Justice Minister Monica Macovei said she was nervous regarding the funding of political parties law, as the normative project was very cautiously adopted by the Government and hence its endorsement by the Parliament would pose even more challenges taking into consideration this fall deadline.

Macovei asked for the support of the law’s initiators, the civil society NGOs Pro Democratia Association and Institute for Public Policies. The statement came within the debate “Team Europe” on Justice reform in Romania on Monday.

The European Commission May report drew attention on the delayed procedures of this law endorsement and recommended joint efforts by all judicial actors to continue the justice reform. The head of the EC Delegation to Romania Jonathan Scheele warned that the parties funding is a delicate piece of legislation not only for Romania.

The Justice Minister admitted that so far only the premises of a justice reform were laid down such as motivating salaries for the judicial public clerks, and modern technological equipment but “results are not visible yet at the level of the courts.”

Among the top priorities of the judicial reform there is also the establishment of the Integrity Agency, aimed at checking the politicians’ possessions.

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