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September 19, 2019
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Two Presidential aides under revenue service scrutiny


Two of President Traian Basescu’s aides are under the scrutiny of the National Fiscal Administration Agency (ANAF) and are at risk of being foreclosed for not paying their taxes, evz.ro informs. According to the aforementioned source, the aides are Adrian Radulescu and Dorel Onaca. Radulescu owns 35 per cent of a company that owes the state over RON 300,000, his name being on ANAF’s list of debtors, a list updated on June 30, the foreclosure procedure having started in this case. The Ilfov-based Agricomprod Company registered losses of over RON 1 M despite having a turnover almost four times higher. Agricom Impex Company, of which he owns 50 per cent, owes money to the state too, the foreclosure procedure starting in its case too. State aide Dorel Onaca is an associate of the Constanta-based Imobagent Company which owes RON 7,000 to the state and is being foreclosed. Onaca however stated for Antena 3 that the company is not on ANAF’s list of debtors and the foreclosure procedure has not started.

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