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No criminal inquiry against ex-ministers and cronies in case related to major file of Romanian energy industry abuse

de V.O.
Miercuri, 16 iulie 2008, 18:53 English | Top News

Romanian anti-graft prosecutors have decided not to open criminal inquiries on the names of two former ministers, several ministerial counselors and a Bulgarian consultant in a smaller case related to a major file about alleged abuse of Romania's state-controlled energy enterprises, judiciary sources quoted by Romanian news agency NewsIn say.

The prosecutors made the decision in which former ministers Codrut Seres and Zsolt Nagy, ministerial counselors Dorinel Mucea si Radu Donciu as well as Bulgarian consultant Stamen Stancev were suspected of bribery. According to anti-graft investigators, the accusations cannot be proven and have no object under current legislation.

The case was separated from another, major case related to fraud, corruption and threats to national security in the strategic privatizations of Romanian energy enterprises. In that case, some of the suspects have already been sent to court: consultant Stamen Stancev, Dorinel Mucea and Radu Mihai Donciu.

Ex-ministers Codrut Seres and Zsolt Nagy are involved in the so-called "espionage case" under charges of involvement in acts of corruption threatening the national security, related to the same privatization of energy enterprises. Prosecutors have demanded parliamentary approval to open criminal investigations but the case is currently blocked in the Parliament.

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