Prosecutors to endorse forms of protests announced by the magistrates

The General Assembly of Prosecutors within the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Bucharest Court has unanimously decided to endorse forms of protests announced by the magistrates, says ActMedia.eu.

“On 18.12.2017 on the occasion of the general assembly of the prosecutors with the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Bucharest Court the prosecutors discussed their stand with respect to the proposed modifications to the justice laws, right now facing parliamentary procedures. After discussions, the participants unanimously decided to endorse the forms of protests already announced by their colleagues magistrates, underscoring thus the necessity of drawing attention on the dangers that these modifications would trigger,” informed the public relations office attached to the prosecutors’ office attached the Bucharest Court.

Tens of magistrates have protested on Monday in front of the Courts in Cluj and Constanta, against the non-transparent amendments to the laws of justice, ‘Actual de Cluj’ and ‘Info Sud-Est’ inform.

“We are unable to keep our word, the instruments have been limited to us. We can no longer carry out the act of justice. We should have a say,” the magistrates say.

The judges and prosecutors in Cluj have come out in front of the Court of Appeals. Judge Cristi Danilet, DNA Cluj chief Anca Marincean and DIICOT Cluj chief Florin Manoila joined the protest against the amendments to the laws of justice and to the Criminal Codes. The number of protesters reached about 100 people.

About 50 judges and prosecutors have protested about have an hour in front of the Constanta Court. Five National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) prosecutors joined the protest in Constanta.

 

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