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Ex-PM indicted in new fraud case

Luni, 23 octombrie 2006, 0:00

Photo: Antena 3 television

Romania’s ex-PM Adrian Nastase and his wife faced a new hearing at the National Anti-Corruption Office-DNA on Monday morning in a new case related to a complicated fraud case involving one of his properties in Bucharest.

This time around, Nastase is charged with receiving goods evaluated at some 400,000 euro in what is suspected to be an illegal deal, but which he says is the value of double-glazed windows at the house in Zambaccian Street, Bucharest.

Anti-graft prosecutors demand a new investigation at the property, but Nastase’s agreement is required in this regard.

Nastase told journalists on leaving the hearing today that the new inquiry was futile considering the legality of ownership rights over the property. He said investigators were interested in the value of the building and in a partnership between him and a former Transport and Construction Works Ministry official, Sergiu Sechelariu, according to the NewsIn press agency.

Nastase and his wife Dana spent about one hour at the DNA on Monday. He said throughout the hearing he didn’t see any documents relevant for his case.

Nastase, a Social Democrat who served as prime minister in 2000-2004, is charged with accepting bribes in the Zambaccian case, while his wife is charged with complicity to bribe-taking.

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