Former RADET manager, definitively sentenced to 6 years in prison

The former manager of the Bucharest Autonomous Thermal Energy Corporation (RADET), Ion Dabela was definitively sentenced by the High Court of Cassation and Justice to 6 years in prison without parole for corruption in relation to a contract that went on during 1998-2002, with a German company, Agerpres reports. The sentence is final. During the aforementioned interval, managers of RADET Bucharest and intermediaries repeatedly demanded and received from the representatives of German company Preussag Rohrsanierung GmbH money and goods worth over DEM 500,000, through bank transfers or directly as cash, in view of signing the respective contract and securing the rhythmicity of payments made by the corporation. According to prosecutors, Dabela received as bribe directly or via intermediaries – also under criminal investigation – cash and goods worth over EUR 100,000 in total, in order to approve and support the contract for the restoration of heating pipes in Bucharest using the method proposed by the German company.

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