has published in its Romanian-language version a series of evidence submitted by the CNSAS, the body studying the archives of the Romania's communist-era secret police, in the case arguing that Conservative Party (PC) leader Dan Voiculescu was a collaborator of the dreaded Securitate. The CNSAS ruled back in 2006 that Voiculescu collaborated with the Securitate structures but Voiculescu challenged the decision in court. Currently, the file is in progress at the Bucharest Tribunal.

Last week, the case was postponed on grounds that the judge does not have access to classified information. Meanwhile, CNSAS submitted a document attesting that no document in the file represents a state secret.

According to the documents, Voiculescu offered the Securitate various information under conspirative names like Mircea (1970 - 1973) or Felix (after 1973). Some of the reports containing information on various businessmen he met, relatives or other co-workers he interacted with bear his real name.