The Supreme Court admitted on Tuesday the request of former Romanian PM Adrian Nastase's attorneys to send a graft case known as the "Aunt Tamara file" back to the National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA) to renew criminal investigations.

It is the fourth high-profile graft and abuse case involving top Romanian politicians and businessmen that is sent back to the DNA this month.

The decision will be appealed against in front of a new set of judges, DNA spokesperson Livia Saplacan told for

In this file, Adrian Nastase is accused of giving bribes with some other important personalities holding public seats during 2001-2004.

Saplacan said that the judges had yet to send a motivation for their decision. The motivation is very important because it rules whether the prosecutors can use parts of the evidence gathered so far or have to set up the file completely again.