The prosecutors of the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) conducted searches yesterday afternoon at the headquarters of the Timis County Council, an institution headed by Titu Bojin (the Social Democratic Party), in a file regarding alleged irregularities committed in a EU-funded computerization project.
According to judicial sources quoted by Mediafax, the investigation regards the project titled “Turning more efficient the public services provided by the Timis County Council (CJ Timis) by implementing e-governing services”, aiming at making online communication between the County Council and the county city halls more efficient.
CJ Timis President Titu Bojin was in Bucharest at the time of the searches conducted by the DNA prosecutors.
The project began during the term of Constantin Ostaficiuc (the Liberal Democratic Party) at the helm of CJ Timis and ended during the tenure of Titu Bojin. Bojin was the person who signed the project completion and acceptance protocol.
According to the funding contract, the project’s value stood at RON 1,473,322, with the contribution of CJ Timis amounting to RON 30,000 plus VAT.