Former Conservative leader Dan Voiculescu yesterday urged the Bucharest Tribunal judge who hears the Food Research Institute (ICA) case to also try the prescribed deed, as he relies on being acquitted of the charges against him. “Have submitted against benefitting from prescription over the ICA case, as I want the trial to carry on until the truth is found, the sooner, the better. I might win at the bargaining table, yet, I’m no Traian Basescu and I won’t accept to win at the bargaining table (…). I want the full truth,” realitatea.net quoted Voiculescu as saying. Practically, he called on the court to also take into account in hearing the ICA case the prescribed charge of his allegedly using his party leader influence and authority toward obtaining undue money or other benefits. The Bucharest Tribunal yesterday resumed the ICA case wherein Voiculescu and 12 more defendants were put on trial over the ICA privatization, after the case was declined by the High Court and sent back to the lower court. The trial was adjourned to March 8, given two of the defendants did not have defense lawyers to represent them in court.