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Dan Pasat finds out why he is under criminal investigation

Yesterday, the anti-corruption prosecutors started to present the criminal investigation materials in the case where Deputy Dan Pasat is charged with blackmail and he has already seen some of the evidence. When leaving the building of the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA), where he had been for approximately two hours, Dan Pasat said he was not making any statements and that any information regarding his case would be given by his lawyer. Lawyer Alexandru Chiciu said that, among the evidence held, there was also a report by the Court of Auditors on one of the companies hat is a ‘victim’ in the case and which, according to the report, owed the state RON 13 bln. The lawyer said he was surprised by the fact that a state debtor could appear as a victim in the PDL deputy’s case. In addition, he noted that, from the point of view of the due process, the case against his client was good and that he had not identified any flaws until that moment. Pasat is under investigation on a charge of blackmail.

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Dan Pasat finds out why he is under criminal investigation

Yesterday, the anti-corruption prosecutors started to present the criminal investigation materials in the case where Deputy Dan Pasat is charged with blackmail and he has already seen some of the evidence. When leaving the building of the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA), where he had been for approximately two hours, Dan Pasat said he was not making any statements and that any information regarding his case would be given by his lawyer. Lawyer Alexandru Chiciu said that, among the evidence held, there was also a report by the Court of Auditors on one of the companies hat is a ‘victim’ in the case and which, according to the report, owed the state RON 13 bln. The lawyer said he was surprised by the fact that a state debtor could appear as a victim in the PDL deputy’s case. In addition, he noted that, from the point of view of the due process, the case against his client was good and that he had not identified any flaws until that moment. Pasat is under investigation on a charge of blackmail.

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