The Military Court has extended its working hours to include the weekend in order to allow individuals who participated in the August 10 protest and were hurt during the violent clashes to file complaints. Prosecutors will register complaints this Saturday and Sunday between 9 am and 2 pm.

211 criminal complaints have been filed until today and 92 individuals have been questioned by authorities.

The Prosecutor’s Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice has also announced that the intervention order from August 10 was attached to the criminal prosecution file. The order was written by the commander of the action and approved by the Bucharest prefect.

“Investigative activities are being carried out at the moment in order to identify the people involved in the acts of violence, including members of law enforcement,” the prosecutors stated.

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