Hunedoara Mayor, deferred to justice

The mayor of Hunedoara, Ovidiu Hada, was deferred to justice for 10 instances of abuse in office, against public interest, and 16 instances of acting as accessory to a conflict of interests. In the same case prosecutors deferred to justice the deputy mayor of Hunedoara, Dan Nicolae Robert, a Mayor’s Office employee, as well as the mayor’s father. The damages caused to the Hunedoara City Hall amount to RON 700,000.

According to the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA), between September 2008 and June 2009, the Hunedoara City Hall made several public acquisitions from companies owned by a specialized inspector from the Mayor’s Office Public Acquisitions Department, the defendant Tiplea Ioan, in violation of the conflict of interests’ regime. Some of the sums paid by the Mayor’s Office found their way to the Charity Association led by Hada Gligor, the mayor’s father.

The public acquisitions were conducted illegally, under the direct control of the mayor Hada and deputy mayor Dan Robert Nicolae, who approved the accounts, the accompanying notes and orders addressed to companies owned by Tiplea Ioan, alongside the head of the budget, finance and accounting department. The documents needed for the public acquisition procedure were drafted by Tiplea Ioan and it was also via the latter that the goods or services ordered by the Hunedoara Mayor’s Office were delivered by the three companies.

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