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November 18, 2019
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Voiculescu Securitate informant verdict remains final

The High Court yesterday rejected Conservative Party founder Dan Voiculescu’s last appeal against a verdict confirming that he was a collaborator of the communist secret police, the Securitate, according to Mediafax. The appeal was rejected as ungrounded, thus confirming a March 10 verdict issued by another panel of the High Court that Voicu­lescu was an informant of the Secu­ritate under the code name ‘Felix.’ The ruling is final and cannot be appealed. The Conservative leader repeatedly rejected the allegations as politically motivated and earlier this year had voiced confidence that the High Court would give a fair ruling if it “resists pressures.”

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