Dan Voiculescu’s lawsuit regarding ICA privatisation judged on June 10

The hearings in the case in which Dan Voiculescu and other 12 people are accused of corruption regarding ICA privatization will continue on June 10, when a group of judges of the Bucharest Court of Appeal, created after the arrest of judge Stan Mustata, will analyze the exceptions invoked by the lawyers. Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled the re-inclusion of the exceptions invoked during the previous term by the lawyers of the accused in the case regarding the privatization of the Food Research Institute, after the president of the judges, Judge Stan Mustata, was suspended from magistracy following a preventive arrest.

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