Fifor: There were attempts to block the activity of the Calarasi Committee


The chairman of the Committee that investigates the lands in Calarasi (nicknamed the Nana Committee) Senator Mihai Fifor said that, although there were attempts to block the activity of this commission, the report will be presented soon in the plenum of the Parliament. “Although there were attempts to block the activity of this parliamentary committee of investigation, the report will be presented soon in the plenum of the Parliament of Romania (…) former presidential aide Adrian Radulescu, who was personally involved in this transaction, avoided hearings, proving that he has something to hide from the public. The administrators and lawyer of the Berfige company, which merged the land and sold it to buyer Basescu Ioana, proved through their decision not to come for hearings that they do not want the truth to be known,” the chairman of the committee wrote in a press release. He added that he will not answer the “unfounded accusations and insults made by buyer Ioana Basescu against the members of the probing committee.”
The eldest daughter of President Basescu said Wednesday that the inactivity of the company from which she bought the Nana estate cannot be sanctioned with the void character of the document, as the committee concluded. “The inserted allegation (…) is obviously unfounded, tendentious and without adequate document support. (…) The opinions expressed by members of the committee, also by – until recently prompter reader – Gabriela Vranceanu-Firea and law doctor Victor Viorel Ponta prove incompetence (…)”Ioana Basescu accused in a communique aired by Realitatea TV.
The general prosecutor of Romania, Tiberiu Nitu said Thursday that, for now, it is too early to begin a criminal probe in the case of the complaint submitted by the Control Body of the government, for the land swap in the Nana commune, Calarasi County.

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