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Vosganian denies any connection with the Securitate

Vineri, 27 octombrie 2006, 0:00

Liberal senator Varujan Vosganian, the Romanian candidate for the European Commissioner seat denied on Friday all allegations concering his possible collaboration with Ceausescu’s political police, Securitate. Vosganian claims that the information, released during the negotiations in Brussels, is false and intended to manipulate.

The president of the European Commission did not confirm yet Vosganian as Romania’s commissioner, due to both the Securitate collaboration suspicion and some relations Vosganian had with the controversial businessman Sorin Ovidiu Vantu.

„I never had any sort of collaboration with any Securitate organs”, said Vosganian, who also claimed that there are no documents that may prove the allegations.

Regarding the sponsorship his party received from Vantu for the electoral campaign, Vosganian said that his only income after 1990 was the Senator emoluments, the Writers’ Union salary and the shares’ profit at the two small enterprises where he’s partner.

Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu demanded further veriofications to see if any file on Vosganian exists.

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