National Liberal Party (PNL ) Deputy George Becali told Mediafax on Friday he would not declare the money amounts deposited in his bank accounts even if ANI <National Integrity Agency> “turned head over heels “, pointing out that, were the Agency to take him to court, he would declare the ANI law unconstitutional. Asked about the lapses in his wealth statement last December, Becali ansqwered: “I only did it to make a laughinstock out of ANI”. When asked whether his income per year exceeded 5,000 euro or he sold some tract of land given his wealth statement contains nothing of the kind, Becali answered: “I don’t remember”. He was also asked where he has bank savings accounts considering there is no such mention in his wealth statement. “I have and i will never do it, nobody can make me do it, ANI can turn head over heels (…) I will never give my bank account number, I won’t make my finances public ever,” Becali said, who also told Mediafax that the RON 46 bln mentioned in the wealth statement with respect to SC UM Dragasani is expressed in ROL actually and is the equivalent of 1 M euro, and not 10 M euro. Asked why was it that he had not included the buildings he owns in Bucharest and Pipera, Becali had this to say: “The palace is not mine, is my children’s. The house is not mine, but my mother’s”.