Chief of Teleorman Financial Guard, prohibited to leave the country

The chief of the Teleorman Financial Guard, Aurel Puiu and two employees of the institution are prohibited to leave the country, the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) ruled after hearings in a case that has them suspect of complicity to fraud attempt.  DNA prosecutors questioned Tuesday the chief of the Teleorman Financial Guard, Aurel Puiu and two of his subalterns, commissaries Constantin Tanasescu Cantemir and Marin Pana, in a probe related to a fraud attempt with very serious consequences. At the conclusion of hearings, prosecutors allowed the three to go, but prohibited them to leave the country for 30 days. The accusations against the chief of the Teleorman Financial Guard and his two subalterns allegedly are related to the corruption acts committed by lawyers Liviu Ardeias and Mihai Andrei Cocaina, who – together with Sergiu Florin Balan, former CEO of SC Uzinele Sodice Govora SA and a court executor – tried to illegally obtain from bank units over EUR 5.6 M during an impounding operation worth RON 11.15.

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