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September 25, 2022
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Nastase – enforcement of debt of over RON 3.3 M

The District 1 Court approved on Friday the ISC’s request to enforce the debt owed by Adrian Nastase. The former premier accuses DNA prosecutors of pressuring the ISC to become a plaintiff.

The District 1 Court approved on Friday the State Constructions Inspectorate’s (ISC) request to permit the enforcement of a debt of over RON 3.3 M owed by former premier Adrian Nastase, representing damages in the “Quality Trophy” case. The ruling is final. The ISC had asked the District 1 Court on Wednesday to approve the enforcement of a debt of over RON 3.3 M owed by Adrian Nastase, a debt established by the final ruling issued in the “Quality Trophy” case. The request was analyzed on Friday, the court approving the ISC request filed on its behalf by a judicial executor. According to the court’s decision, the ruling is final. Nastase’s reaction to the decision was not late in coming. Nastase wrote on his blog: “Would it be possible for the money to go, as a donation, to the DNA?” Thus, Adrian Nastase accuses the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) prosecutors of “pressuring the ISC in order for it to become a plaintiff.” The former premier points out that the ISC had notified the DNA ever since 2009 that it “had registered no material damages as a result of organizing the Quality Trophy in 2004, registering instead only “gains” in prestige.” “The story with the ISC’s damages is simple. In the DNA’s and the panel of judges’ opinion the ISC should have collected the participation taxes that Forum Invest collected from the participating private companies for organizing the Quality Trophy event! Absurd. The ISC did not organize the Quality Trophy. It had the initiative of this anniversary but the expenditures were covered by Forum Invest. So was the effort of organizing the event. In the case of a concert organized by an events company, would the proceedings from the sale of tickets go to the owner of the stadium where the concert is taking place? No, of course not. But what would have been the ISC’s damages had there been no Quality Trophy? Obviously, none. It’s clear that money were not “stolen” from the ISC, were not “embezzled.” Would it have been normal for the money earned from organizing the event to be “donated” by Bogdan Popovici to the ISC? The DNA prosecutors pressured the ISC’s leadership in order for them to become plaintiffs, although the ISC leadership had stated, ever since 2009, that the ISC had registered no material damages as a result of organizing the Quality Trophy in 2004, registering instead only “gains” in prestige,” Nastase wrote on his blog.

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