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October 28, 2020

Vadim Tudor, heard at Prosecutor’s Office

The leader of the Greater Romania Party (PRM), Corneliu Vadim Tudor, appeared, yesterday, before the High Court of Cassation and Justice’s Prosecutor’s Office (PICCJ), after the prosecutors charged him with assault and acting in violation of a court ruling, in the case regarding his eviction from the party’s headquarters. Vadim Tudor came accompanied by the deputy presidents of PRM, Marius Marinescu and Codrin Stefanescu, as well as the lawyer Mariana Stefan.

On leaving the Prosecutor’s Office, the PRM leader claimed he had “lost it” when the law-enforcers tried to evict the press. “I lost it when they tried to evict you, it was then that I started shouting back at them, because I was in a parliamentary party’s legal press conference,” Vadim Tudor told the journalists. He claimed that the “dozens of police and secret agents” who “invaded” the party’s headquarters had failed to present any identification. “I had never thought Romania in the 3rd millennium would come to this, a Nazi regime, worse than Pol Pot’s. This is a political gesture, orchestrated by political forces, meant to destroy PRM, leaving us out in the street, after getting us out of Parliament. The Autonomous Direction for the State Protocol Patrimony Administration (RAAPPS) should have defended my rights, but RAAPPS is one of the hard cores of organized crime. Who was employed as a lawyer at RAAPPS? Elena Udrea,” Vadim Tudor stated. Furthermore, the PRM leader argues that the “Tricolorul” newspaper’s website has been the target of “a hacker attack”, as it can no longer be accessed.

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