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May 26, 2020

Criminal investigation starts against Corneliu Vadim Tudor

The General Prosecutor’s Office has started the criminal investigation against Greater Romania Party (PRM) President Corneliu Vadim Tudor for assault on a state official and resisting the enforcement of a court ruling in the case regarding the eviction of his party headquarters. The information came from the defence lawyer, Mariana Stefan, who was yesterday present at the Prosecutor’s Office for the hearing of PRM Vice-President Marius Marinescu as a witness. Marinescu said he had told the prosecutors that the PRM leader was provoked, the result being that ‘now he has an arm in pasture cast.’ The party vice-president added that, apart from Vadim Tudor, general Marcu Tudor and Bebe Ivanovici – both requiring hospitalization following the incident – as well as two other people present had been also hit. On the other hand, Marinescu announced that Vadim Tudor was scheduled to be heard by the prosecutors this morning. Another vice-president of PRM, Codrin Stefanescu, also gave a deposition yesterday. He said that everything that had happened was an abuse and that, a few months back, another court executor had suspended the enforcement of the court ruling and implicitly the eviction. He said he could not understand how it was possible for the prosecutors to start the investigation and summon the witnesses ‘in two days’, while, following the eviction scandal, PRM members had filed a total of ‘18 criminal complaints against those who had abused the representatives of the party.’

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