A European Commission report analyzing the evolution of the Romanian Justice system will be presented on Monday afternoon, EC spokesperson Mark Gray said on Thursday. The European official said that the report will be 'correct, factual and firm'.

He added that the report analyzing the Bulgarian progress in the sector would be presented together with the Romanian one. Gray announced that authorities in both countries have cooperated with the Commission, thus assuring a factual and correct report.

The report will describe and evaluate the main events that happened in the justice system over the past six months but also the Commission recommendations on what needs to be done in the future until the next report, scheduled for July.

According to Brussels sources, quoted by Romanian news agency NewsIn, the main concern of the Commission remains the fight against corruption. The issue was also pointed out by Romania's interim Justice minister Teodor Melescanu who urged the Government to sustain the Justice system and its development.