As per the European anti corruption council (GRECO), Romania has achieve very little progress in setting up and implementing an effective framework for fighting corruption.
This comes as a follow up report over the recommendations made back in 2015.
The follow up report welcomed the decision to abandon the judicial system reform and requested the government to take determined actions towards competition of the recommendations.
As per the EU report, only 4 of the 13 recommendations have been addressed.
On the other hand, Romania has its own report which only mentions 5 actions (one already closed).
One key point not yet addressed is the selection and dismissal of prosecutors as per the GRECO report.
Th new follow up report will be produced on 30th June 2020.