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April 20, 2021

Laurentiu Mironescu summoned to DNA

The former secretary general of the Interior Ministry, Laurentiu Mironescu, was summoned to the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) yesterday, to take part in the computer search operated by the anti-corruption prosecutors on his three laptops, confiscated following the Constanta Harbour raids. On leaving DNA, Mironescu stated he had been summoned by the prosecutors to witness the computer search operated on his three laptops, seized following the Constanta Harbour raids. The ex-secretary was accompanied by one of his lawyers. Mironescu, initially arrested in the case of illegal dealings in the Constanta Harbours, was released from preventive arrest following a June 21 ruling of the High Court of Cassation and Justice.

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