CNADNR director charged and dismissed

The National Company of National Roads and Motorways in Romania (CNADNR) has dismissed Silvia Ciobanovschi, director of the company’s Department for non-redeemable foreign funds, who was charged with bribe-taking by the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA). Judicial sources told the Mediafax correspondent Thursday that, following questioning Wednesday night into Thursday morning, anti-corruption prosecutors decided to charge Ioan Malita, a former director of the Timisoara Regional Department of Roads of Bridges (DRDP), with influence peddling, CNADNR Director Silvia Ciobanovschi with bribe-taking, and the director of a road construction company in the Caras-Severin County with giving bribe. According to the sources cited, DNA prosecutors are investigating a string of contracts the Caras-Severin-based company assigned by DRDP Timisoara during the time Ioan Malita was the Department’s director. The same sources say that, having been heard, the four were allowed to go free, yet they are banned from leaving the country.

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