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January 27, 2022

Former general Mihai Chitac seeks prison term interruption on health grounds

The Bucharest Territorial Military Tribunal will discuss on December 22 a new request made by former general Mihai Chitac, who seeks an interruption of his 15-year term in prison, because he was unable to undergo surgery during his previous provisory release. Chitac’s lawyer, Alice Draghici said the Territorial Military Tribunal received a new demand to interrupt the 15-year term Chitac was sentenced to, for his role in the repression of the revolution in Timisoara. According to the lawyer, the court will analyze the demand on December 22, when she believes Mihai Chitac will be escorted in court. The former general must return to penitentiary on December 18, under a decision of the Military Court of Appeals that interrupted his term for three months.

Doctors did not issue a new health expertise in the case of Mihai Chitac and the only conclusions are those sent to court by INML ‘Mina Minovici’ in April, which allowed a one-month release for spleen removal surgery. Mihai Chitac went last week to the emergency room of the Floreasca Emergency Hospital, accusing pain in the chest. After a health evaluation, medics changed his treatment and ruled that the former general is in a critical state.

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