Consumer Protection Commissioner caught taking bribe

DNA Oradea prosecutors have caught Sebastian Secosan, chief commissioner of the Bihor County’s Consumer Protection Commissariat, taking a bribe. Judicial sources have stated for Hotnews that Sebastian Secosan will be taken to the National Anti-corruption Office (DNA) for hearings. The head of the County’s Consumer Protection Commissariat is suspected of asking for money in exchange for not doing his duty. Secosan was appointed head of the Commissa­riat two years ago, being a member of PSD. The hearings will take place on the same day in which Radu Marginean, head of the National Customs Authority, is heard and charged in the Halmeu Custom House file. He will be prosecuted for bribe taking.

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