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Anti-graft search of former PM’s neighbors

Luni, 20 februarie 2006, 0:00

Anti-corruption prosecutors started searching a building on the Zambaccian St. in Bucharest where former PM Adrian Nastase lives with his wife and son.

The head prosecutor of the National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA) Daniel Morar explained that the search aimed three other appartments in the same building as "there was no search mandate approved for Nastase yet".

The search started before noon on Monday and lasted for three hours.

The building is at the core of a graft inquiry against Adrian Nastase, his wife Dana Nastase and several of his cronies. Nastase has bought the house for a 25 times lower price the market price in a complicate series of transactions that now see him and his wife living in a separate apartment from their son’s, Andrei.

Asked by to comment on the fact that the search comes as the Permanent Office of the House of Deputies – where Nastase has a seat as speaker of the House – has not yet finished the debate on a request for searches submitted by Justice Minister Monica Macovei, a DNA spokesman said "the search is lawful".

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