The National Integrity Council (CNI) validated on Friday all 10 candidates who run for the presidency of the National Integrity Agency, after the session on Thursday was closed for lack of quorum. The Integrity Agency (ANI) will be the institution enabled to check on the dignitaries' wealth.
CNI demanded the candidates to introduce their management plans until November 30 and to learn the ANI legislation before November 23.
CNI also decided to inform the institutions represented in the Council about the absence rates of their representatives, considering that those who don't participate in the sessions should be replaced.
On Thursday, CNI president Marcu Nicu said that, in case the Council fails to reach a quorum on Friday, all members will resign.