The Court of Justice rules on a series of Romanian reforms in the areas of judicial organisation, the disciplinary regime applicable to judges, and the financial liability of the State and the personal liability of judges as a result of judicial error

(Source: Court of Justice of the EU)

Six requests for a preliminary ruling have been brought before the Court of Justice by Romanian courts in proceedings between legal persons or natural persons and authorities or bodies such as the Romanian Judicial Inspectorate, the Supreme Council of the Judiciary and the prosecutor’s office attached to the High Court of Cassation and Justice.

The disputes in the main proceedings follow on from a wide-ranging reform in the field of justice and the fight against corruption in Romania, a reform which has been monitored at EU level since 2007 under the cooperation and verification mechanism established by Decision 2006/928  on the occasion of Romania’s accession to the European Union (‘the CVM’).

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82/2021 : 18 May 2021 – Judgment of the Court of Justice in Joined Cases C-83/19,C-127/19,C-195/19,C-291/19,C-355/19,C-397/19

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