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Romania to Ue,Cooperation and Verification Mechanism unequal

Senate's speaker meets Junker, time to end CVM

12 April, 12:44
(ANSA) - BUCHAREST - The Senate's President and co-chair of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) Calin Popescu-Tariceanu, that he told the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels that due to the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) Romania is not equal to other EU countries.

''We talked in Brussels about the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism and I frankly told him that I think that this cooperation and verification mechanism makes Romania not equal alongside other countries of the EU,'' Tariceanu underlined as Agerpres agency reports. From his side, President Junker ''told me that the proposal he made and reiterated is that during his mandate the MCV'' should be ''concluded with Romania''. The Senate President added that ''in Brussels they are beginning to have doubts'' about ''the abuses and excesses and deviations that occur in Romania in justice''.

Tariceanu also mentioned that on May 11 Junker will be in Bucharest and will address the Parliament, in the context of the debate on the future of the EU.

During his visit to Brussels, the President of the Senate, Calin Popescu-Tariceanu also met with Vera Jourova, European commissioner for justice and discussed about the recent developments of the judicial system in Romania. (ANSA).

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