Dragos-Alexandru Draghici, General Manager of CFR Marfa, died Sunday at the Elias Hospital in Bucharest, where he had been committed on January 28 after suffering a stroke, hospital officials have stated, as cited by Mediafax. His name has been tied to a case involving Gruia Stoica, owner of Grup Feroviar Roman (GFR), who has been remanded in custody on suspicion of buying influence. He allegedly paid lawyer Doru Bostina EUR 3 million to find out the price requested by CFR Marfa in a coal transport bid organized by Oltenia Energy Complex. Dragos-Alexandru Draghici was a jurist by profession and was appointed General Manager of CFR Marfa in February 2013. He had previously worked in the management department of several national and multinational companies.