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JustMin Ion, NGOs discuss national anti-graft strategy, disbanding justice crime investigation body

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Inquam Stelian Ion

Justice Minister Stelian Ion on Friday had first talks with 14 NGOs operating in justice and related areas to discuss Romania's anti-corruption strategy and disbanding the court Section for the Investigation of Justice Crimes (SSIJ).

"Discussions focused in particular on some priority issues such as disbanding SIIJ; justice legislation; a national strategy against organised crime; the National Anticorruption Strategy; the need for legislative changes to protect victims of crime - especially the specific needs of victims of human trafficking; effective access to justice of vulnerable persons; transfer of the judicial police for correct implementation of constitutional provisions; confiscating the proceeds of crime and their reuse for social purposes," the Justice Ministry reported on Friday in a press statement.

According to the statement, the dialogue between the Ministry of Justice and the civil society will be constant, open and always focused on finding solutions to judiciary problems, confirms.

The NGOs participating in the discussions (physical and online) are: EFOR, Funky Citizens, JRS, CADO, Syene - Centre for Education, Freedom House Romania, CRJ, Geeks for Democracy, DECLIC, International Justice Mission, Terre des hommes, Ethics, Compliance, Anti-Corruption & Sustainability, Sexul vs. Barza.


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