Call of the Romanian Judges and Prosecutors to the European Union Members States’ Justice Ministers

Your Excellencies, In the context of your 6th to 8th February 2019 visit to Bucharest, in order to take part to the informal reunion of Justice and Domestic Affairs Ministers of the European Union Members States, the Romanian Judges’ Forum… Read moreCall of the Romanian Judges and Prosecutors to the European Union Members States’ Justice Ministers

Remarks on the signals circulating in the public area regarding the imminent adoption of an Emergency Ordinance of the Government for the retrial of the files where final judgments were given by the panels of 5 judges from the High Court of Cassation and Justice

“The Romanian Judges’ Forum” Association, “The Movement for the Protection of the Prosecutors’ Status” Association and “The Initiative for Justice” Association draw the public attention on this subject of general interest, underlying the following issues: To start with, there is… Read moreRemarks on the signals circulating in the public area regarding the imminent adoption of an Emergency Ordinance of the Government for the retrial of the files where final judgments were given by the panels of 5 judges from the High Court of Cassation and Justice

Memorandum for a new romanian Commercial Code, in the Romanian Private Law Unity System

The participants in the national conference “Commercial Law and Romanian Private Law Unity System”, that took place on September 15th, 2017 in Bucharest, agreed upon the need to adopt a new Romanian Commercial Code, and approved the establishment of an… Read moreMemorandum for a new romanian Commercial Code, in the Romanian Private Law Unity System

Some of the amendments of the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code adopted by the Romanian Parliament contravene to the rule of law

1. Introduction In Romania, the amendments made to the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code, despite numerous calls of the Romanian magistrates and European and international organisations addressed in all the possible forms, in hundreds of latest actions, seem to… Read moreSome of the amendments of the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code adopted by the Romanian Parliament contravene to the rule of law

Situation Regarding the Legislative Amendments Concerning the Romanian Judicial System

1. Introduction During 2017 and 2018, three amendments were adopted for the generically called laws “of judiciary”, i.e. Law no. 303/2004, republished, on the statute of judges and prosecutors, Law no. 304/2004, republished, on judicial organisation, and Law no. 317/2004 on… Read moreSituation Regarding the Legislative Amendments Concerning the Romanian Judicial System

Romanian Judges’ Forum Association – White Paper – Cooperation protocols between the Romanian Information Service and various judicial authorities

Romanian Judges’ Forum Association – White Paper – Cooperation protocols between the Romanian Information Service and various judicial authorities with jurisdiction in criminal matters: In essence, on the basis of currently available data in the public space, we appreciate that we… Read moreRomanian Judges’ Forum Association – White Paper – Cooperation protocols between the Romanian Information Service and various judicial authorities

The Romanian Judges’ Forum Association expresses its deepest concerns over the current situation in Poland, regarding the Judiciary

Taking a worried note of recent developments in Poland, The Romanian Judges’ Forum Association emphasizes the need for Polish authorities to comply with the European standards on judicial independence, including the irremovability of judges, in fact, its obligations under Article… Read moreThe Romanian Judges’ Forum Association expresses its deepest concerns over the current situation in Poland, regarding the Judiciary

OPEN LETTER OF ROMANIAN MAGISTRATES FOR SUSTAINING THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE JUDICIARY

We, the undersigned, judges and prosecutors, In view of the latest public debates, that seriously undermine the independence of the judiciary and the progress of the Romanian State within the European Union, we hereby convey the following message: An independent… Read moreOPEN LETTER OF ROMANIAN MAGISTRATES FOR SUSTAINING THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE JUDICIARY

WHITE PAPER – CHANGES TO THE ROMANIAN „JUSTICE LEGISLATION”– POTENTIAL COLLAPSE OF ROMANIAN MAGISTRACY

The combined effects of some of the regulations contained in the provisions adopted in Parliament in relation to the justice  legislation, although not declared unconstitutional (either because they have not been challenged or because the objections of unconstitutionality were not… Read moreWHITE PAPER – CHANGES TO THE ROMANIAN „JUSTICE LEGISLATION”– POTENTIAL COLLAPSE OF ROMANIAN MAGISTRACY

ROMANIA, DECEMBER 2017: MAGISTRATES CAN PROTEST. MAGISTRATES SHOULD PROTEST / AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF FOR THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ROMANIA

ROMANIA, DECEMBER 2017: MAGISTRATES CAN PROTEST. MAGISTRATES SHOULD PROTEST Romania, December 2017. Exactly a week before Christmas, hundreds of Romanian judges, prosecutors, and trainee magistrates silently protested in front of their institutions, holding their robes or the Constitution, but most… Read moreROMANIA, DECEMBER 2017: MAGISTRATES CAN PROTEST. MAGISTRATES SHOULD PROTEST / AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF FOR THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ROMANIA