The Bucharest Tribunal (TB) has dismissed the request made by ex-PC leader Dan Voiculescu to have his corruption judicial case returned to the National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA), the next term being April 30. The court decided to keep all acts and measures taken by the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) from where Voiculescu’s case was moved after he had resigned as a senator. The Tribunal also dismissed the other requests made by Voiculescu for the cancellation of the financial-accounting expert opinion previously ordered by ICCJ and for removing the Ministry of Agriculture and the Agency for Public Estates (ADS) from the case as civil parties. Dan Voiculescu was referred to court in December 2008 by DNA. Anti-corruption prosecutors accuse Voiculescu of using his influence as head of a political party for obtaining money, goods or other undue benefits and money laundering.