At the same time, the Ministry of Justice (MJ) also submitted two reserve proposals, namely Irina Zlatecscu and Mircea Criste.
On 10 August, MJ launched the selection for the nomination of Romania as judge for the EU Court.
According to MJ, the 18 candidates for Romania were judges at the EU Court: Cristiana Georgeta Budileanu, Diana Magdalena Bulancea, Cristina Butacu, Mircea Criste, Andreia Liana Constanda, Camelia Lilieana Gheorghiu, Laura Mihaela Ivanovici, Constantin Virgil Ivan-Cucu, Claudia Jderu , Ioana Andreea Mareş, Petre Matei, Valentin Mircea, Ionel Olteanu, Răzvan Horaţiu Radu, Mirela Stancu, Ecaterina Raluca Toma, Elena Diana Ungureanu, Irina Zlateşcu.
Romania is among the nine Member States that are called upon to appoint an extra judge to the EU Court. According to Agerpres, the nine judges are appointed from 1 September 2019.
On 24 July 2018, the government approved the procedure for the nomination of our country's candidate for the position of judge at the General Court of the European Union. The candidate from Romania for the position of judge at the European Court of Justice can thus be designated as a person who offers full guarantees of independence and has the capacity required for the exercise of high judicial tasks.
Who is Mirela Stancu
Mirela Stancu is a judge in the Bucharest Tribunal in August 2009, a trainer at the National Institute for Magistracy – Specialization Civil Law and Civil Procedural Law, since October 2007 and Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (civil procedural law), October 2002.
She holds a PhD in law from the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest, specialization in civil procedural law, graduated in Law Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (1998).
At the same time Mirela Stancu was a referendum (seconded judge) at the Court of Justice of the European Union (September 2011 – February 2014).