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December 6, 2022

Stolojan, heard at Prosecutor’s Office over his wealth statement

Democrat-Liberal MEP Theodor Stolojan appeared before prosecutors with the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) to provide explanations over National Integrity Agency’s (ANI) notification regarding his wealth statement. Stolojan was accused by ANI of false statement given his wealth statement May 25, 2012 does not include the shares held in Transgaz Medias.
“I went there plain and simple to present the situation related to that ANI release cover my reporting the shares I held on Dec 31, 2011 instead of June 2012, when I submitted the statement. I explained why I reported the way I did,” said Theodor Stolojan, who added that he expected ANI to have informed him about his filling out the statement in a proper way, as he would have done that. He also said ANI’s action damaged his public image and he doesn’t consider the statement was filled out in such a way as to hide something. PDL Vice President Sever Voinescu, too, was invited at the ICCJ prosecutor’s Office yesterday morning. Contacted by Mediafax, Voinescu pointed out he had been at the Prosecutor’s Office in his capacity of « lawyer in a case”. According to judicial sources, Sever Voinescu accompanied Stolojan at the Prosecutor’s Office as the latter’s lawyer.

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