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de Razvan Diaconu , 5.3.2018
The President of the Supreme Court, Cristina Tarcea, said on Wednesday at the presentation of DNA’s activity report that she would like the recent attacks to not intimidate those who work for serving the justice.
In her speech, the HCCJ President said: “People who have interests in solving their own cases and have never graduated Law teach Romania an intensive course of Law” and claim that justice should be done according to their own indications. Equally, though, the judiciary needs to get rid of controversial people, Cristina Tarcea said.
Speech of the HCCJ President in the following:
“You know how much lie and manipulation is in public space. It is time to notice, objectively and impartially, the causes within our system, those causes that are likely to generate suspicions and distrust and remove them.
You have noticed – and I am referring to the judiciary overall, not just to prosecutors, the same applies to judges: we cannot pretend that we do not see that the seed of mistrust has been planted and is starting to bear fruit.
I would like the endless attacks in the last period to not intimidate those who work to serve the justice.
I cannot refrain from saying that I participate at the fifth presentation of the DNA’s activity review and I do not know whether I am wrong, but it seems that in other years the presidium table was longer and more inclusive. It is about the times or the weather, I cannot figure it out.
Also because of the times and weather, I confess that this is the first time I asked myself whether the HCCJ President should be present at the presentation of the DNA’s activity report (…)
We live a moment when Romania is taking an intensive course of Law, taught by people who have interests in solving their own cases and have never graduated Law. And, above all, we live in a present where they try to inoculate the idea that justice should be done according to the indications drawn from this intensive course of Law.
To all learners, I want to remind them that Law is primarily moral. People and entities having a controversial relationship with morality should not comment on how justice is done. Likewise, controversial people from the system should not be in the judiciary.
The last period, especially the last year, proved how much damage the immoral or illegal behaviours of those from the system can cause…”, Cristina Tarcea said.