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Anti-graft prosecutors demand Senate approval to investigate Labor minister Paul Pacuraru

de A.C.
Vineri, 18 aprilie 2008, 16:21 English | Politics

Anti-graft prosecutors demanded the approval of Romanian Senate on Friday to investigate current Labor minister Paul Pacuraru for taking bribe. Pacuraru declared for news television Realitatea TV that he was glad anti-graft prosecutors made another step in their inquiries, since this was the only way he can prove his innocence. 

Romania's Constitutional Court ruled on March 10 that anti-graft prosecutors need the Parliament approval to investigate incumbent ministers. This means that all high corruption cases may be continued only after an official approval is voted in the Parliament.

Labor Minister Paul Pacuraru is one of the seven ministers of the Liberal Tariceanu government for which anti-graft prosecutors requested approvals to further investigate possible corruption cases.

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