The Romanian government feels from the EU are treated poorly. Other States are much more corrupt than Romania, but would have criticized. Romania takes over on 1. January, the EU Council presidency.
a Few weeks before the Takeover of the EU presidency, the Romanian Prime Minister, Viorica Dancila has accused the EU of discrimination in their country. Dancila objected to criticism from Brussels on their government and called on their party, "these attacks, not more". She complained that other countries in the EU are "much more corrupt" than Romania, but would be criticized less.
Dancila led back to the critical attitude of the EU that Romania is an Eastern European country. She was a convinced Pro-European. "But I demand that this country be respected".
Similar to the party leader of the social Democrats, Liviu Dragnea said. He is regarded by many as the strong man behind the government. "Romania is no longer acceptable for it to be as a member of the country second-class," he said at the party Congress. Romania was on the "right to hold opinions".dispute over corruption
Romania assumes on 1. January turnus, Austria has, in accordance with the six-month presidency of the EU, the currently. The EU Commission accuses the Romanian government to do enough against corruption. In addition, the authorities in Brussels are afraid of a weakening of the independence of the judiciary through the reform of the Romanian government.
In its most recent report of the Commission of the steps defendant. Romania's government plans a controversial Amnesty for corrupt politicians and officials, including the corruption - convicted party chief Dragnea would benefit.is Not on a par with Hungary and Poland
in Principle, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, prepared the country to the presidency of the Council. Different views in terms of the rule of law were more likely to be a bilateral issue between Brussels and Bucharest, and that had to do with the presidency, nothing had Juncker stressed at the beginning of the month.
at the Time, Prime Minister Dancila stressed that their government is doing everything it can to preserve the independence of the judiciary. Romania should not be on a par with Poland or Hungary, because of the risk of EU sanctions procedure under article 7 of the EU treaties faced.EU to Romania's justice, 13.11.2018 Atlas |Romania |Bucharest