ICAR delivers capacity building training to Romanian law enforcement authorities
In June 2014, in the context of the Security Fund of the Swiss-Romanian Cooperation Programme, ICAR and the Superior Council of Magistracy of Romania delivered a 5-day training programme aimed at further developing the skills of members of the Romania National Anti-Corruption Directorate (NAD) to successfully investigate and prosecute international corruption and money laundering cases and recover stolen assets.
The workshop placed a particular emphasis on the recently introduced law of “extended confiscation” into the Romania Criminal Code which transposes the EU Council Framework Decision 2005/212/JHA of February 2005 on Confiscation on Crime-Related Proceeds, Instrumentalities and Property into national law.
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