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September 24, 2021

Former PM Nastase sent to court in “Aunt Tamara” file

Former premier Adrian Nastase was sent to court by DNA prosecutors for bribe giving in a case in which his former adviser Ristea Priboi and Ioan Melinescu, former president of the National Office on money laundering, will be also judged. According to Mediafax, the High Court of Appeals and Justice begins on November 27 the proceedings in the case in which Adrian Nastase will be judged in the file known as “Aunt Tamara.”

Adrian Nastase will be judged for bribe giving, Ioan Melinescu, president of the National Office on Money Laundering between 2001-2004, will be sent to court for taking away and destroying writing, bribe taking and disclosure of information, while Ristea Priboi, adviser to former prime minister Adrian Nastase, former deputy during 2000-2004, for complicity to bribe giving and taking, according to the National Anticorruption Division (DNA).

Ioan Melinescu and Adrian Nastase had been initially sent to court on May 31, 2007, for the same offences.

The Chamber of Deputies adopted on March 4 Resolution no. 8 according to which the criminal pursuit of the former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase was requested for deeds which form the object of the respective case.

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