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The European Ombudsman asks the EU Court of Justice to determine whether the the Appeal Court in Bucharest decision in the "Telepathy" file is legal

24 Aug 2014   •   19:34
The European Ombudsman asks the EU Court of Justice to determine whether the the Appeal Court in Bucharest decision in the "Telepathy"  file is legal 114
The European Ombudsman asks the EU Court of Justice to determine whether the the Appeal Court in Bucharest decision in the "Telepathy"  file is legal and if the seizure extension on third parties, which had no part in the trial, is justified. Camelia Bogdan, judge at the Appeal Court in Bucharest did not admit the request that the EU Court of Justice verify if the asset forfeiture proceedings considered being "proceeds of crime" was correctly applied.

EU Court of Justice in Luxembourg will determine whether judges Camelia Mihai and Alexandru Bogdan Mihalcea, from the Appeal Court in Bucharest, who decided on August 8, 2014 the conviction of the Conservative Party founder, Dan Voiculescu, to 10 years in prison, have correctly applied the legislation when they ordered the confiscation and seizure of property belonging to the defendant in the file, as well as others who were not in the process.  EU Court of Justice representatives will answer to clarifying questions that will determine the legality of the decision made by judges Bogdan and Mihalces, who decided to  establish lien on some assets unrelated to the cause and were not owned by any defendant. 

Specifically, the European Ombudsman, who investigates complaints related to the faulty organization of the European institutions, submitted to the Luxembourg Court of Justice a petition which looks at the special procedure for submission of preliminary questions about the case of the Institute of Food Research privatization, known as "Telepathy" file.

The Ombudsman approach is subsequent to the one made by Maria Vasii, Dan Voiculescu’s defendant in the “Telephaty”  file completed on August 8, 2014 at the Appeal Court in Bucharest, and finds its justification in the fact that during the trial the court decided to reject the application for the preliminary questions filed by the lawyer, although it was founded on the fact that it had to be established, among other things, if the seizure or confiscation of good faith purchasers or third parties that are not part of the process can be extended.

From our information, Camelia Bogdan’s refusal to accept such a request, although according to the Lisbon Treaty she was required to notify the European forums in order to start some verification, will trigger some direct actions against the Romanian state, in which the unfullfilment of the interpretation obligation of the rule of law according to the EU legislation will be subject of a complaint.

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