Former Romanian anti-corruption prosecutor Laura Kövesi has obtained the support of a “sufficient majority” of Member States to take charge of the future European Public Prosecutor's Office, according to media... read more →
Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga denounced the EU’s disciplinary procedures against Hungary as a ‘witch hunt’ after a hearing on Monday in Brussels where she had been invited to face... read more →
A panel of public prosecutors in Macedonia have voted to terminate the mandate of prosecutors from the Special Prosecution Service after their chief, Katica Janeva, who is in custody for... read more →
Several Montenegrin and international media organisations have called for an acquittal in the case against investigative journalist Jovo Martinović , who was sentenced to 18 months in prison for drug... read more →
A special prosecution in Albania has called for a 12-year prison sentence for former interior minister Saimir Tahiri, who is on trial for drug trafficking. Tahiri was granted an abbreviated... read more →
A Czech prosecutor has suspended a four-year investigation into corruption charges against Prime Minister Andrej Babiš, saying he has changed his mind about the case, but giving no further details,... read more →
Poland’s governing Law and Justice party (PiS) has suffered a drop in support after a scandal erupted involving officials from the justice ministry allegedly orchestrating a online smear campaign against... read more →
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