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Two more days at large

Court postpones decision over businessman’s preventive arrest

Luni, 27 februarie 2006, 0:00 Photo

The Bucharest law court ruled, for the second time, a new postponement regarding the Romanian businessman Ovidiu Tender’s preventive arrest request. Tender's lawyers asked for more time to prepare the Defense. A new hearing was set for Thursday, March 2.

Tender is indicted with embezzlement, money laundering, and participation to an organized crime group in the RAFO case.

The first postponement was granted by the Court on Saturday, allowing Tender's lawyers to prepare until Monday hearing.

The controversial businessman managed to get a glimpse of his case file made up of 30 volumes only Monday morning. He said that the charges he had been brought were very serious, yet he would prepare his defense for which his lawyers were considering to ask for a postponement.

On February 24, the General Prosecutor's Office asked the Bucharest Tribunal to replace the interdiction to leave the country with a preventive custody for Ovidiu Tender.

Prosecutors decided February 20 to charge Ovidiu Tender and Marian Alexandru Iancu with economic wrongdoing that allegedly brought a prejudice of 2,700 billion ROL to the Romanian state.

The two are believed to be part of a financial-commercial triangle involving firms they control directly or indirectly and are strongly linked to each other: SC Tender SA, SC VGB Impex SRL and Balkan Petroleum Ltd. (BkP).

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