Upon being released from the Jilava penitentiary on Thursday, former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase said he is banned from holding public offices for the next nine years, adding that he received job offerings from multinationals and even from a foreign government, without providing any details.
‘You know very well that in the next nine years I am banned from holding public offices and that is why I was very glad to have received job offerings from some multinationals and even from a foreign government. Since the court decided I am no longer needed in Romania, obviously I have to find my path for the future,’ said Nastase.
He said he could be a political consultant and work with Romanian television broadcasters to explain certain things, adding that he is also considering returning to a teaching career.
Nastase also mentioned a book he is contemplating writing that will touch on his experience in the penitentiary as well.
He said that since he is no longer a party member his freedom of expression is higher and he wants to provide more value to his opinions