North Macedonia’s former chief prosecutor has been charged with abuse of office for allegedly receiving a payment from a businessman in return for a lenient sentence in his corruption trial.... read more →
The incoming European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, has rejected Romania’s second nomination for the EU Commissioner, Dan Nica, sparing him from appearing before the European Parliament committee where... read more →
The Council of Ministers of the European Union have agreed on new measures to protect whistleblowers throughout the EU. The new directive, which was approved by the European Parliament last... read more →
The President of Iustitia, the Association of Polish Judges, is suing the country’s justice minister over a smear campaign aimed at magistrates that was allegedly orchestrated from within the justice... read more →
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 →
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