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Two Romanian women are spearheading an unprecedented anti-corruption drive that has made politicians tremble and even challenged the prime minister.
Laura Kosevi heads the anti-corruption directorate (DNA), while Livia Stanciu is the president of the Supreme Court.
Thanks to them, dozens of corrupt former ministers, MPs, senators and judges have been prosecuted and convicted.
In early June, news broke that the DNA had launched proceedings against Prime Minister Victor Ponta, accusing him of forgery, complicity in tax evasion and money laundering while he was a lawyer.