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Fugitive Nicolae Popa: I should not be held by Indonesian authorities / I can fight for my innocence in Roania 

de A.C.
Joi, 9 decembrie 2010, 15:15 English | Top News

​Romanian fugitive Nicolae Popa, former Gelsor director, sentenced to 15 years of prison in Romania, declared on Wednesday night that he is working at his defence in Romania to prove his innocence. In a declaration at Jakarta, released by news television Antena 3, Popa explaned that his repatriation will only be made after the expatriation decree will be signed by the Indonesian President, which could take three to four months. Popa said that he should be repatriated as soon as possible, to be able to fight for his innocence.

According to UN conventions and all international treaties, I should not be held more than 40 days, Popa said. He added that he was held in jail for 371 days in Indonesia. The Indonesian court approved on Wednesday Popa's expatriation. 

According to procedures, Romanian judicial authorities will be informed in seven days about the decision of the court. 

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