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Ciolos: Progress in anti-corruption fight can no longer be wiped off through ordinances dedicated to politicians

The progress made in the fight against corruption can no longer be wiped out surreptitiously through emergency ordinances "dedicated to a handful of politicians," former Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos said in a Facebook post on Thursday, according to Agerpres.

2017-01-26 14:40:16

"The same politicians who already killed two corruption prevention measures in healthcare and education which had been adopted in 2016 and which earned praise in the latest CVM report: the contest for school directors and the new objective and transparent criteria for the selection of hospital managers," Ciolos said.

According to the former Prime Minister, "determined steps forward" have been made last year towards the strengthening of progress in the judiciary. He also said that reforms in the judiciary are not implemented "to please" the European Commission or some other states, adding that he is confident that the progress made in this regard is "irreversible."



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