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May 25, 2022

Ridzi wants Commission members to be put under investigation

Former minister Monica Iacob Ridzi filed a criminal complaint at the Prosecutor’s Office of the Supreme Court against the members of the Parliament’s Commission that looked into how the Youth’s Day was organized, whom she accuses of abuse in office and attempt to determine a false confession. Judicial sources, quoted by MEDIAFAX, announced yesterday that the complaint was sent Friday to the Prosecutors’ Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice and that it was registered at the Office yesterday. In retort, Liberal MP Bogdan Olteanu, targeted by Ridzi’s complaint, said the former minister does not know the pertinent judicial procedures, because she should have challenged the plenum of the Chamber. In his turn, PSD Deputy Nicolae Banicioiu – also targeted by the complaint – declared that the initiative has no justification, and it only manages to be ridiculous, as it is probably inspired by Elena Udrea. “This is a politicianist move, without chances of success,” he added. Moreover, even Ridzi’s party colleagues were intrigued by her action. PD-L sources quoted by Mediafax showed that the Democrat-Liberal MPs and leadership members were surprised and upset with Ridzi criminal complaint, considering it “uninspired”. PD-L MPs reproached Ridzi that she had not informed the party and her MPs colleagues from the Legal Committee about her complaint.

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