High Court of Justice magistrates decided on Thursday that the Zambaccian file, involving Romania's former PM Adrian Nastase and his wife, Dana Nastase, accused of corruption, will be resent to the Anti-Graft Department, Romanian news channel Realitatea TV informs.

The magistrates previously postponed the case on procedure grounds at the beginning of September.

The file returned to the High Court of Justice after the Constitutional Court admitted the unconstitutionality exemption invoked by the ex-Prime Minister.

The Court explained that Nastase cannot be investigated for acts of corruption during his mandate without the Parliament’s or the President’s approval.

On March 22nd, the High Court of Justice suspended the case and sent the file to the Constitutional Court to decide whether the investigation was legal or not when it started.

Dana and Adrian Nastase were sent to court under bribery, forgery and money laundering charges in November 2006.

Anti-graft prosecutors accuse former Romanian PM Adrian Nastase to have bought in March 1998 a property on Zambaccian street in downtown Bucharest from a former party colleague, Gabriel Bivolaru, at a value 25 times cheaper than the real market value.