Prosecutors ask Belgian, French support in MEP Severin case

The National Anticorruption Directorate yesterday demanded legal authorities in Belgium and France, via rogatory commissions, to conduct a series of penal procedures necessary in handling the corruption case of MEP Adrian Severin, according to a press release carried by Mediafax news agency. Severin was informed of the charges against him last Friday and he was to be heard by prosecutors again yesterday. The MEP is probed on charges of bribe taking and influence peddling. He denies any wrongdoing and vows to collaborate with the investigation.

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