The body charched with the study of the archives inherited from Ceausescu’s political police, Securitate, has issued its final verdict on the activity president Basescu had before the fall of communism. According to officials of the institution, Basescu didn’t have an informer, collaborator or employee contract with any political police.

The same verdict was pronounced for Liberal senator Hasotti, Conservative senator Radu Terinte, and Hungarian Minority Party’s deputy Toro Tibor.

Previously, Basescu had already denied, in August, any form of collaboration with the Securitate and said he never offered any notes to the officer in charge with the ships he sailed on.