The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) has opened an investigation into allegations of financial irregularities in the construction of a Bucharest metro line. OLAF confirmed to Radio France International Romania that... read more →
More than 50,000 Romanians protested in Bucharest on Saturday against controversial justice reforms passed by Parliament in December that critics say will undermine the independence of the judiciary. Protesters chanted... read more →
Thousand’s of people have taken to the streets in Romania to protest against government reforms that critics say will undermine the independence of the judiciary and water down penalties for... read more →
Romanian anti-corruption authorities have opened an investigation into Liviu Dragnea, head of the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD), on suspicion of setting up a “criminal group” to commit fraud, forgery... read more →
Romanian lawmakers have cancelled plans to pardon corrupt officials after thousands of people took to the streets of Bucharest in protest on Wednesday evening. The country’s MPs today voted down... read more →
The Romanian government has ditched an emergency decree that campaigners said would have decimalised a number of corruption offences and allowed scores of allegedly crooked politicians to escape prosecution for... read more →
Hundreds of thousands of Romanians last night took to the streets to protest against a government decree they say will water down anti-corruption laws and allow politicians to commit crime... read more →
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