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April 18, 2021
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ANI wants to expel Dinescu from CNSAS

The National Integrity Agency (ANI) has asked the Parliament on Tuesday to sack Mircea Dinescu from his CNSAS college member position. An agency’s spokesperson said the Bucharest Court of Appeal took notice of the fact that the act certifying Dinescu’s incompatibility was not challenged within the 15 days provided by law, so it remains definitive, under the ANI Law of operation. “The certifying act will be sent to the two Parliament Chambers, in view of enforcing the provisions of the law, which means starting the legal procedures for revoking Mr. Mircea Dinescu from the public dignity position,” reads the ANI release.


Early in February, ANI announced integrity inspectors found Mircea Dinescu had been in a state of incompatibility, since 2006, as he was at the same time a member of the College of the National Council for the Study of Securitate Archives (CNSAS) and manager of a private company. Dinescu said he is “nauseated” by the whole situation and added he will not challenge in court the incompatibility found by ANI.

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