Tagged: Romania


Fighting Corruption with Con Tricks: Romania’s Assault on the Rule of Law (David Clark)

Executive Summary Democracy in Europe is facing its greatest challenge since the fall of the Berlin Wall. The threat comes not only from the rise of political movements that openly reject liberal democratic values, including the governing parties of Hungary and Poland, but also from the risk of creeping authoritarianism caused by a gradual decline in standards of governance and...


OSCE / Right to a Fair Trial: The European Arrest Warrant in the Dock (HRLNWF)

OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting Warsaw, Tuesday 19 September 2017 Working Session 13: Rule of law II / Right to a fair trial The European Arrest Warrant in the Dock Recommendations concerning the European Arrest Warrant Considering that not all EU countries have fair legal systems and the EAW is vulnerable to abuse; Considering that the EAW’s own authority is...


Memorandum on the abuses in the Romanian arrest warrant procedure of Alexander Adamescu

Click here for the full report By Eeva Heikkila  Executive summary Alexander Adamescu is a German national who was born on 6 May 1978 in Bucharest. He is the son of Dan Adamescu, a prominent German businessman of Romanian birth. Alexander Adamescu is accused by Romania’s National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) of consenting to bribery based on the declarations of a...