Romania Today: "Constitutional Breaches, Prosecutor Disciplinary Infractions, Traffic Accident Injuries"

Romania Today: "Constitutional Breaches, Prosecutor Disciplinary Infractions, Traffic Accident Injuries"

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Dreapta Unită Accuses Government of Constitutional Violations: In a statement released Sunday, the three political parties within Dreapta Unită announced their identification of constitutional breaches in an emergency ordinance. The leaders of the parties will hold a press conference on Monday at 11:00 at the Ombudsman's office to address these issues.

Inspectorate Finds Disciplinary Violations by Prosecutor Daniel Horodniceanu: Following an investigation, the Inspectorate identified disciplinary infractions by prosecutor Daniel Horodniceanu. The prosecutor allegedly displayed aggressive behavior towards police officers during a traffic stop. Horodniceanu, formerly of DIICOT, is known for his involvement in high-profile cases.

Accident Involving Minors on DN 2 - E 85 Prompts Urgent Medical Response: Emergency services responded to a traffic accident involving two cyclists and two cars on DN 2 - E 85 in Garoafa. Two minors, aged 12 and 16, sustained injuries and were transported to the Emergency Department of Focşani County Hospital. Traffic was temporarily disrupted as authorities managed the scene. CE Reported used Agerpres for this article

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