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Anti-graft prosecutors demand House approval to investigate former Transports minister Miron Mitrea

de A.C.
Luni, 21 aprilie 2008, 13:15 English | Politics

Anti-graft prosecutors submitted an official demand for the House of Deputies to approve the investigation against former Transports minister Miron Mitrea for taking bribe and forging official documents, a press release of the National Anti-corruption Department (DNA) shows. Social Democrat (PSD) campaign director Miron Mitrea is currently a member of the House.

Three days ago, anti-graft prosecutors requested the approval of the Senate to investigate Liberal Labor minister Paul Pacuraru for taking bribe. Labor Minister Pacuraru declared for a local television that he was confident that the inquiry of anti-graft prosecutors would prove his innocence.

At his turn, Miron Mitrea declared in the weekly BBC - interview last weekend that he did not know that he has an open case at the DNA.

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