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December 7, 2022
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Valcea Chief Prosecutor heard by DNA

The Chief Prosecutor of the Valcea Court Prosecutor’s Office, Teodor Tranca, was held for a several hours’ hearing, on the night of Saturday to Sunday, at the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA)’s Pitesti Territorial Service. Teodor Tranca has stated that he had been summoned, initially, on November 15. He was given no justification for the fact that he was called to hearings earlier. “I haven’t done anything. (…) Anyway, my reputation has been destroyed, after 27 years’ work,” the prosecutor stated, before going in for hearings. Tranca further stated that one of his homes had been searched, but no evidence was found following the search. After leaving DNA Pitesti headquarters, the Valcea Chief Prosecutor confirmed that he was heard as a defendant, without giving further details about the case, and is expected back for hearings today. According to rumours which were not confirmed officially, the chief prosecutor’s hearing is connected with the case in which the director of the Olt Water Basin Administration, Dorin Dobrisan, and the Valcea businessman Ovidiu Eugen Ciogescu, both in preventive arrest, were deferred to justice, together with four other people from Ramnicu-Valcea, on charges of corruption.

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