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Parliamentary parties support DNA ordinance

Luni, 20 februarie 2006, 0:00

The leaders of Romanian parliamentary groups assured President Traian Basescu on Monday of their support for a governmental ordinance establishing a National Anti-Corruption Department. The assurances come more than a week after the Senate rejected the ordinance in a vote that produced extreme criticism about the strength of the governing coalition.

The ordinance, due to become law once it’s voted in Parliament, changes the National Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office into the National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA). The Department would be allowed to investigate parliamentarians on draft charges.

President Basescu had decided to send the legislation rejecting the ordinance back to Parliament.

Once problem remains to be solved, though. The issue of who names the head of the DNA is not regulated in the current ordinance. It might be solved in a separate piece of legislation in the period to come.

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