PRESIDENT OF THE MAGISTRATES ASSOCIATION IN ROMANIA ADMITTING THAT THE ROMANIAN JUSTICE SYSTEM IS A JUSTICE FOR REVENGE

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In this week (September 21-27), on the occasion of a conference which took place in the Parliament of Romania, the President of the Magistrates Association, Judge Gabriela Baltag affirmed that there are big problems in justice from Romania, referring to the interests of this justice and the problems which make the justice system in Romania an obedient justice. President of the Magistrates Association in Romanian claimed that justice from Romania is a Justice of revenge.

With this occasion, the Judge Gabriela Baltag said that now, the Superior Council of Magistracy it is not able to sustainan independent justice for justice (as a system) and for citizens.

Also, the President of the Magistrates Association in Romanian concedes that the majority of citizens from Romania are judged before the benefit of the solution of a court. The Judge Gabriela Baltag admitted that, both legislative system in Romania as well as the judicial system, are drifting.

In these circumstances, one can see that Justice from Romania is a judiciary devoid of impartiality and transparency, a system that no longer guarantees citizens the right to a fair and balanced justice. At the time when the President of the Magistrates Association in Romanian presents these findings it is clear that Romania has not exceeded political regime of Ceausescu.