Daniel Florea, of the Liberal Democratic Party (PDL), resigned his post as vice-president of the Credit Asset Resolution Authority (AVAS) he has held since October 2009, and Premier Emil Boc signed the decision to relieve Florea of his duties, Mediafax reports. Daniel Florea was in charge of evaluating and managing state receivables. Between. April and October 2009, Florea worked as personal legal adviser to the transport minister. Daniel Florea had also been president of the Romanian Court for Arbitration of Football, capacity in which he got involved in the decisions surrounding the notorious “Suitcase” case.