The Romanian Integrity National Agency (ANI) is currently investigating the wealth and interests declaration belonging to president of Great Romania Party (PRM) Corneliu Vadim Tudor. ANI sources told Romanian news agency Agerpres that integrity inspectors were investigating Corneliu Vadim Tudor for alleged false in declarations.
ANI notified itself in the case, after 'Kamikaze" magazine published an article that Speranta SRL Publishing house, owned 95% by C.V. Tudor, has sealed an advertisement contract with T Dancor Romconstruct SRL over the August - December 2009 period, worth of 200,000 lei. The money has not been declared by Corneliu Vadim Tudor in his MEP declaration.
Integrity inspectors are also looking into whether the Romanian MEP has received dividends from the publishing house. They are also interested in the rest of the public declarations made by the PRM president, referring to various valuable objects he has received as gifts but has not declared, Agerpres informs.