The judicial control measure imposed by anticorruption prosecutors on Dan Voiculescu, founding chairman of the Conservative Party (PC) for blackmail charges will be maintained, as the Bucharest Court rejected his request for it to be lifted on Thursday, Mediafax reports. The court decision is not final and can be challenged with the Bucharest Court of Appeals within no more than 48 hours. Tuesday, the Bucharest Court tried Dan Voiculescu’s appeal against the judicial control measure in the case in which he is being investigated for allegedly blackmailing, either directly or through middle-men, three businesspeople, one of whom concluded advertisement contracts worth EUR 900,000 with his press trusts. Voiculescu is involved in two other trials regarding the privatization of the Food Research Institute and blackmailing RCS&RDS administrator Ioan Bendei, respectively.
Liberal Cristian Adomnitei, investigated for favouring an offender, will not run for local elections
Plumb, Oprea assure there are no problems inside the coalition: “We are waiting for PM Ponta to return to the country recovered and yearning to work”
European stock markets little affected by Greek situation •Eurogroup leaders to meet Greek government representatives on Tuesday
Head of the Muslim community in Romania requests former President Basescu not to involve Muslims in political conflict
In Brussels “he who distributes the spoils gets the lion’s share”: Romania benefits from just EUR 860 M from CEF-T
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