Romania’s government may consider amnesty for cases ending in conviction for corruption and graft during Laura Kovesi’s tenure as Chief Prosecutor at the Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA). This follows years of ever louder allegations of underhand and devious tactics used to achieve the organisation’s impressive conviction rate of 92%. Concerns of a highly politicised justice system, shirking the rule of law and riding roughshod over due process have led some in the government to consider such a...

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