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Romanian EC Leonard Orban says pressure exists from EU states on the European Commission Justice Report

de Radu Rizea
Luni, 26 mai 2008, 15:09 English | Top News

European Commissioner Leonard Orban discussed with the Romanian Interior Minister the agitated context in which the European Commission Report on Justice is being put up, pointing at the fact that some member states are putting pressure on the issue, while several press campaigns burst, demanding that Romania would be denied its right to vote. Justice Minister Catalin Predoiu says that the report will be an objective and well-balanced one, adding that the team of European experts was pleased with its collaboration with the Romanian authorities.

In brief:

- European Commissioner Leonard Orban says that the report is being written in the circumstances in which several EU member states pressure the Commission to activate the safeguarding clauses on Justice, while the international media supports a negative campaign against Romania.

- Justice Minister Catalin Predoiu admits that some progress must be made in the anti-graft campaign and a debate is required in matters such as the Criminal Law and the Criminal Procedure Law.

- The team of EU experts that visited Romania late week was content with the way Romanian authorities collaborated.

"There is enough time until July, when the report is due, to take measures against the problems Romania faces", Orban said.  

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