Ion Mircea Plangu, Premier Mihai Razvan Ungureanu’s state adviser, was appointed to coordinate several institutions, including the National Office for the Prevention and Control of Money Laundering (ONCSB) and the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes (IICC). The government adviser will also coordinate the National Commission for the Control of Nuclear Activities (CNCAN), the National Anti-drug Agency and the National Commission for Hospital Accreditation. According to Mediafax, the coordination prerogatives were conferred on Wednesday evening through a decision taken by Prime Minister Ungureanu. Ion Mircea Plangu, former head of the Ministry of Defence’s Department for Euroatlantic Integration and Defence Policy, was appointed state adviser with the Prime Minister’s own working apparatus one month ago. Plangu previously worked as state adviser to former Prime Minister Emil Boc. Prior to that, he was secretary of state within the Government Chancellery led by Calin Popescu Tariceanu. Also on Wednesday evening, the Prime Minister appointed Cristiana Andreia Dascalu, prosecutor within the Ploiesti Court’s Prosecutor’s Office, as Vice President of the National Authority for Property Restitution (ANRP) with the rank of undersecretary of state.