Romania’s government named three chief prosecutors to head the country’s top investigative agencies on Tuesday, ending a months-long interim leadership imposed by a previous government.
Crin Bologa has been named head of the National Anti-corruption Directorate — the DNA — the agency that investigates and prosecutes official corruption, Justice Minister Catalin Predoiu said.
“Prosecutor Bologa … represents a guarantee that fighting corruption will continue energetically,” Predoiu told reporters. “I selected those candidates that have experience and are regarded as competent in those prosecuting fields.”
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