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Sreda, 7. februar 2018 - Strasbourg Pregledana izdaja

15. Ogroženost pravne države zaradi reforme romunskega pravosodnega sistema (razprava)
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  Tanja Fajon (S&D ). – Mr President, the Socialists and Democrats Group has always been at the forefront when it comes to defending the rule of law and democracy, and we fully stand by those principles today. Romania is one of the youngest democracies in Europe and there are still pending issues there. However, Bucharest showed its responsibility in addressing these issues in an open and inclusive way, which we strongly welcome. We trust Romania to resolve those issues fully, alone through its own independent constitutional mechanisms and procedures, and also by engaging in viable institutional dialogue, including with international institutions and the EU. We should be critical when criticism is needed, but we firmly reject the politicisation of facts without objective consideration of reality. We want clearly to dissociate ourselves from any such attempts in these debates today and to give room for dialogue. For us, the recent protests in Romania are signs of a healthy and democratic civic attitude and engagement as regards the accountability of their politicians.

 
Zadnja posodobitev: 14. april 2018Pravno obvestilo