“We must wither dissolve the entire CNSAS, or have total transparency. All politicians’ files should be posted online, for the press and the citizens as well”, said Dinescu, threatening to resign in case his suggestion isn’t taken seriously.

Roughly criticizing the lack of transparency of the institution, Dinescu promised the journalists to hold a press conference each Tuesday and Thursday, right after the CNSAS sessions.

On the other hand, Dinescu accused the Romanian Information Service of protecting certain politicians, who were allowed to rise in political careers, although they were compromised, alas subject to blackmail.