By admin|2020-01-28T19:33:28+00:00January 28th, 2020|Comments Off on The deputy mayor of the village where the children lived (who was acting as a guardian local authority) ordered that the three children be placed with their paternal grandparents (P’s parents) on an emergency basis for a period of 72 hours. He subsequently extended the order for the children’s placement with their grandparents for a period of up to 45 days.
By admin|2020-01-28T17:17:17+00:00January 28th, 2020|Comments Off on NG and her brother went to the school which all three children attended, accompanied by two police officers. NG stated that the school administration and the local authorities took measures to prevent this action, notably by calling P’s relatives and allowing them to enter the room where the children were and influence them, while they also insulted NG.
By admin|2020-01-28T17:16:39+00:00January 28th, 2020|Comments Off on The Ialoveni prosecutor’s office obtained a new court protection order in favour of NG, obliging P to stay away from her and the three children for three months. The court largely relied on the findings in the report of 3 December 2014, and found that the children were being subjected to emotional abuse which could lead to the development of parental alienation syndrome.
By admin|2020-01-28T17:13:59+00:00January 28th, 2020|Comments Off on The prosecutor’s office initiated a criminal investigation against P after NG complained of domestic violence in the form of his emotional abuse of the children. At the same time, the prosecutor annulled nine previous decisions refusing to initiate criminal proceedings against P, as well as a decision rejecting a complaint by NG’s lawyer. The prosecution was subsequently sent to court on 17 January 2017 and was ongoing when the latest observations by the parties were received in 2018.
By admin|2020-02-04T12:08:21+00:00January 28th, 2020|Comments Off on NG continued to complain to various authorities regarding the failure to reunite her with her children, P’s influence on them, and how he had turned them against her. She also asked for the children to be temporarily removed from P’s family and placed in a placement centre, where they would be protected from the influence of both parents.
By admin|2020-01-28T19:32:07+00:00January 28th, 2020|Comments Off on After the expiry of the time-limit for voluntarily complying with the final judgment, the bailiff went to P’s house, accompanied by the local social welfare office, a psychologist and the applicant. P allowed them in, but the children refused to leave, stating that they wanted to stay with their father. NG continued to complain to various authorities regarding the failure to reunite her with her children, P’s influence on them, and how he had turned them against her. She also asked for the children to be temporarily removed from P’s family and placed in a placement centre, where they would be protected from the influence of both parents.
By admin|2020-01-28T17:11:47+00:00January 28th, 2020|Comments Off on NG submitted a writ of enforcement in respect of the judgment of 24 June 2015 to a bailiff. On the same day the bailiff invited P to comply with the final judgment by handing over the children. P did not comply.