Unless you are a Romanian senator, it would appear.
Angry that the Romanian anti-corruption agency, the DNA, is currently cleaning up Romanian politics, a group of senators have tabled an amendment to the penal procedures code designed to make it very difficult for the DNA to do its job. If the amendment becomes law it would be almost impossible for the DNA to make arrests, to question suspects and – most crucially – to gather information via denunciations. Indeed, DNA investigators could easily end up breaking the law themselves simply by doing their job.
If this were not troubling enough, of the ten senators who have proposed the amendment (all bar one being members of the PSD, we hardly need to add) four are currently under investigation for corruption.