Bucharest Court confirms it joins protests on ceasing activity and boycotting elections

The Bucharest Court decided in its General Assembly on Thursday that, as of August 31, it would judge only emergency criminal cases and civil cases related to the placement of minors, the court’s Vice President, Laura AndreiSources from the magistracy confirmed that the judges of the courts Cluj-Napoca and Tulcea, of the courts of appeal of Târgu Mureş and Braşov, and of the Bucharest Court already voted, in their General Assemblies, for forms of protest such as ceasing activity or boycotting the elections.

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