European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Vera Jourova is expected today in Bucharest on an official visit to meet Romania's Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos, Justice Minister Raluca Pruna, Labour Minister Claudia-Ana Costea, as well as MPs.''The focus of the meetings will be on several themes that include Romania's progress with judiciary reforms, the justice contributions to the priorities of the European Commission chaired by Juncker, such as the Digital Single Market and the European Security Agenda as well as priority actions related to gender equality,'' reads a press statement posted on the website of the European Commission Representation in Bucharest.
Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Valeriu Zgonea is scheduled to meet Jourova to discuss the Co-operation and Verification Mechanism, under which Romania's judiciary reform is gauged, and justice reform in Romania.
Insolvency, recent legislative proposals of the European Commission related to the contracts for the supply of digital content and online and other distance sales of goods contracts will also be discussed, the Chamber of Deputies reports in a press statement
Jourova is also scheduled to meet chairs and members on the judiciary committees, disciplinary committees, immunity committees and European affairs committees of the Romanian Parliament. She will also attend a roundtable conference with NGOs operating in the area of policies for Roma integration to discuss Romania's experience with implementing a national strategy for the integration of the Roma. AGERPRES