BUSINESS

DNA to probe irregularities in the activity of the Post, during 2009-2011

The government will report to the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) certain irregularities it found in the activity of postal operator ‘Posta Romana’ during 2009-2011, regarding the infringement by the former top management team of the legal norms of expenses, which generate suspicions about possible crimes associated to the misuse of authority, government sources told Mediafax. The inspectors of the Control Body of the Prime Minister calculated, for 2009-2011, a total loss exceeding RON 485 caused by “possible acts of criminal nature associated to the crime of misuse of authority against public interests, in qualified form.” The government also finalised an audit of the Post Stamp Factory – a subsidiary of Posta Romana that also prints advertising materials – that revealed problems such as different prices and profits for identical products and services provided to various customers. These irregularities, too, will be reported to the DNA. Some orders do not contain the complete data of the beneficiary, the delivery deadline, or the signature of the beneficiary. The minister of Communications, Dan Nica said in May that the Stamp Factory was used, in the past, as the “printing shop of the advertising materials of the Democratic-Liberal Party.”

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