The former head of the Bucharest Financial Guard, Constantin Stelica, probed by the National Integrity Agency (ANI), was re-employed by the institution, according to Mediafax. Stelica was hired as head of one of the four divisions in which the Financial Guard will be reorganized, being the only applicant to the position. Stelica was head of the Bucharest Financial Guard until June 30, when he and 57 other occupants of management positions in the institution were laid-off, as part of a wider reorganization process.
Stelica is being investigated by the Integrity Agency for not being able to justify and explain the source of over RON 3 M. ANI demanded the Court of Appeals’ Investigation Commission to check how the Financial Guard chief obtained the amount. According to officials of the National Tax Administration Authority, Stelica cannot be dismissed from the institution before he is officially charged.