Romania Updates: "European Leadership Summit in Bucharest Amidst National Legal Victories and Nationwide Police Raids"

Romania Updates: "European Leadership Summit in Bucharest Amidst National Legal Victories and Nationwide Police Raids"


Discussion on Ursula von der Leyen's Candidacy: More than 2,000 delegates from over 40 countries, including top European leaders, are gathering for a two-day congress in Bucharest. They're discussing Ursula von der Leyen's candidacy to lead the European Commission and adopting an electoral manifesto for the upcoming European elections. The event also includes discussions on various topics and speeches from leaders. Meanwhile, over 200 police raids are happening across the country, targeting various crimes.

Lawsuit Against Ministry of National Defense: The Dolj County Council wins a lawsuit filed by the Ministry of National Defense over a construction permit near a radar system. The court's decision overturns previous rulings, including the cancellation of the construction permit. Meanwhile, the Defense Ministry clarifies that it didn't consider relocating the radar system.

Focus on Tax Evasion, Fraud, and Drug Trafficking: Police are conducting over 200 raids nationwide, targeting various crimes including tax evasion, fraud, and drug trafficking. Meanwhile, the Dolj County Council wins a lawsuit against the Defense Ministry over a construction permit near a radar system. CE Report quoting Agerpres


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