Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Comisia nr. 1 din cadrul Consiliului Superior al Magistraturii a crescut standardele de transparenta ale sistemului judiciar. La data de 28 mai 2012, membrii acestei comisii (coordonator - judecator Mona Maria Pivniceru, judecatorii Alexandru Serban, Horatius Dumbrava si reprezentantul societatii civile Georgiana Iorgulescu) au stabilit care vor fi informatiile care urmeaza a fi publicate pe site-urile instantelor si parchetelor. Acestea vor fi: CV-urile judecatorilor si procurorilor, hotararile colegiilor de conducere care vizeaza componenta completelor de judecata, precum si motivele inlocuirii unor membri din complet, dar si publicarea pe portalul instantelor a hotararilor judecatoresti motivate. Pentru punerea in practica a acestor intentii mai este nevoie doar de consultarea IT-istilor si aprobarea in Plenul CSM.
In minuta Comisiei nr.1 se arata ca s-a analizat punctul de vedere al Directiei Legislatie, Documentare si Contencios (DLDC) si s-a stabilit: „Referitor la standardizarea publicarii informatiilor pe site-urile instantelor, punctul de vedere va fi trimis Grupului de lucru pentru imbunatatirea site-urilor instantelor, care are ca obiectiv si standardizarea informatiilor de pe portalul instantelor”. CV-ul procurorilor si judecatorilor, la vedere, pe site-urile parchetelor si instantelor. (sursa: Lumea Justitiei)

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France's Crédit Agricole, the owner of Greece's largest foreign-held bank Emporiki, is drawing up plans to abandon the lender if Greece leaves the eurozone, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Sunday's second Greek election, after the 6 May poll failed to produce a conclusive result, is seen as effectively a referendum on whether the country wants to stay in the euro. The vote pits the radical leftist Syriza party, which vehemently opposes the austerity measures tied to the Greek bailouts, against their conservative rival, New Democracy, which largely supports the bailout programme.

The Journal writes:

A host of international companies have said they are preparing contingency plans, with many voicing concerns about how to retrieve cash in the country if Greece exits the euro zone. But none have disclosed potentially walking away from their assets in Greece.

Crédit Agricole's contingency plans for Emporiki Bank of Greece, Greece's sixth-largest bank, add to the bleak landscape, even after two multibillion euro bailouts extended by European Union countries and the International Monetary Fund. The banking sector is reeling from rising bad loans as the economy—now in its fifth year of recession—nose dives and fears over an eventual exit from the euro zone shatter consumer confidence.