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INVESTIGATION: The New Head of the General Inspectorate of Police: Wealth, Criminal Case, and Lawsuits with the General Inspectorate of Police and the Ministry of Justice

INVESTIGATION: The New Head of the General Inspectorate of Police: Wealth, Criminal Case, and Lawsuits with the General Inspectorate of Police and the Ministry of Justice

Iurie Podarilov, the new head of the General Police Inspectorate, is suing the institution he leads, demanding the calculation and payment of bonuses and salary rights, granted in addition to the basic salary.
20 September
The First Judge Sentenced to Prison for Illicit Enrichment

The First Judge Sentenced to Prison for Illicit Enrichment

Oleg Melniciuc is the first judge to reach the dock for illicit enrichment. He was sentenced, by the first instance, to seven years in prison with execution in a closed penitentiary. In a comment to Ziarul de G…
06 September
Supreme Court of Justice Rejects Judge Nicolai Ceauș’s Request for Political Asylum. The Ukrainian Judge Is Famous for the Bribe of 150,000 Dollars that He Would have Hidden in Jars Buried in His Garden

Supreme Court of Justice Rejects Judge Nicolai Ceauș’s Request for Political Asylum. The Ukrainian Judge Is Famous for the Bribe of 150,000 Dollars that He Would have Hidden in Jars Buried in His Garden

The magistrates of the Supreme Court of Justice rejected the appeal filed by Nicolai Ceauș, the Ukrainian judge famous for the bribe of 150,000 dollars that he allegedly hid in jars and buried in the garden, to…
30 August
Amending the Law on Prosecutor’s Office – Chronology

Amending the Law on Prosecutor’s Office – Chronology

10 August The Minister of Justice, Sergiu Litvinenco, announced on Tuesday, August 10, that he registered a draft law related to the amendment of the Law on the Prosecutor’s Office. “We have registe…
23 August
EDITORIAL: Prosecutors and the Anti-Corruption Booth

EDITORIAL: Prosecutors and the Anti-Corruption Booth

Last week, a man, wanting to install a booth with agricultural products in a market in Chișinău, went to Buiucani Praetor’s Office to get support in solving the problem. It is a beautiful and necessary ev…
16 August
OPINION POLL: Recovering the Billion – Are There Any Chances to Keep the Promise?

OPINION POLL: Recovering the Billion – Are There Any Chances to Keep the Promise?

The billion theft is becoming a current issue again. During the investiture ceremony of the new Government, the appointed Prime Minister, Natalia Gavrilița, condemned the bank theft, which involved “hundreds of…
16 August
STUDY: The Courts have Applied Minimum Sanctions on Persons Convicted for Corruption

STUDY: The Courts have Applied Minimum Sanctions on Persons Convicted for Corruption

The courts have applied minimum sanctions in cases of persons convicted of acts of corruption, and this refers to both fines and sentences of deprivation of liberty or deprivation of the right to hold certain p…
09 August
The Build Europe Home Party Leader Found in London after being Wanted

The Build Europe Home Party Leader Found in London after being Wanted

The leader of the Build Europe Home Party, Gheorghe Cavcaliuc, announced in search in the so-called brilliant green case, confirms that he is in London, mentioning that he does not avoid justice and currently c…
09 August
EDITORIAL: Convicted, Acquitted, and Wanted

EDITORIAL: Convicted, Acquitted, and Wanted

Did Platon fool us? Did Prosecutor General Stoianoglo deceive us? It could be one or the other. In any case, Platon, left forever, although on August 2 he was forced to appear in the courtroom and no one knows,…
09 August
New Apartments at Special Prices for Judges. Who is Among the Beneficiaries?

New Apartments at Special Prices for Judges. Who is Among the Beneficiaries?

Two weeks ago, a Commission within the Superior Council of Magistracy distributed a new round of apartments at preferential prices to judges and employees of the judiciary.  This time, the apartments are i…
05 August

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