Nicolae Popa, closer to be extradited from Indonesia

The Indonesian Ministry of Justice and Human Rights is about to complete processing the request to extradite Nicolae Popa to Romania, and will send the file to the president of Indonesia, MAE’s director general for Communi­cation, Doris Mircea announced yesterday. “The Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of Indonesia is currently finalising the case regarding the extradition request filed by Romanian authorities, and will send it to the president of Indonesia,” Doris Mircea said.

Former Gelsor CEO Nicolae Popa was arrested on December 2, 2009 by the authorities of Jakarta, Indonesia. In 2006, he had been sentenced for 15 years in prison for his role in the fraud that led to the collapse of the FNI investment fund.

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