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Communist-era political police archives put on hold

de A.C.
Luni, 4 februarie 2008, 17:55 English | Politics

The Romanian Government will issue an ordinance ruling that the main body studying the archives of the communist-era political police, CNSAS, can continue its activities, but ripped of its right to investigate and decide who did or did not collaborate with the Ceausescu regime's dreaded Securitate. The news came days after the Constitutional Court decided CNSAS, established many years ago, was functioning in an unconstitutional manner. The court verdict sparked outrage among civil society representatives .

Romanian PM Tariceanu declared that the archives would remain at the CNSAS for the moment as he refused the proposal of governing Liberal Party (PNL) members to move the archives under the Government's supervision.

Tariceanu declared that he would search for a solution to keep the archives in a safe place far away from interested parties, as confirmed by CNSAS member Mircea Dinescu for

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