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Justice Minister: EU will continue to monitor Romania

de Radu Rizea
Vineri, 11 iulie 2008, 14:32 English | Top News

Romanian Justice Minister Catalin Predoiu confirmed on Friday that he doesn't expect the EU monitoring process on Romanian Justice to end, and that all institutions involved should cooperate. "Indeed, we can not expect the annulling of this mechanism. Of course, it in no reason for joy here and it should preoccupy all the institutions that hold attributions in Justice", said Predoiu.

The statement comes a few days after Romania President Traian Basescu slammed the Justice system on the national Justice Day: "I don't like to say it, but on your anniversary, you could have made a nice gift to 22 million people: having the monitoring process ceased. Unfortunately, the result of the labor of all the exceptional people in Justice, and the result of the Romanian "bad guys" is that Romania will remain under monitoring", said Basescu.

Predoiu insisted that positive results should also be considered and emphasized the need for more efficiency at the National Anti-Graft Prosecution Office, DNA.

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