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Espionage suspect claims human rights violation

Joi, 14 iunie 2007, 0:00

Stamen Stanchev, the suspect indicted along with two Romanian ministers in strategic privatizations confidential data trafficking, may address the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), in case his situation doesn't reach some kind of closure soon, Stnchev' lawyer, Ovidiu Budusan, declared in a press conference.

The "secretly organized" (as sources say) press conference was attended to by Stanchev, Budusan, as well as the president of a new formed Bulgarian NGO, the "Justice - Bulgaria" Federation, which promised to defend the businessman from the "political charges" brought by Romanian prosecutors.

Stanchev's gesture comes soon after president Traian Basescu suspended the IT&C minister, Zsolt Nagy, also involved in the strategic privatizations file.

"My human rights are disturbed and affected", said Stanchev, claiming that he has been blocked in Romania for seven months "for nothing" and that he's "a dead man" since he can not be near his family and can't do any business, given the fact that in Romania "the phones are tapped".

The Bulgarian Consul in Bucharest, Todor Marinov, participating in the conference as observatory, says that the Bulgarian authorities haven't noted any ill treatment in the way Romanian Justice handled Stanchev.

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