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January 15, 2021

CJ Constanta president Constantinescu, probed in new file

The president of the Constanta County Council, Nicusor Constantinescu will be probed by prosecutors for the crime of non-observance of the arms and ammunitions regime, after 15 bullets with a calibre of 9 mm were found at his home, Agerpres reports. The information appears in the document by which DNA recently pressed charges against Nicusor Constantinescu, who is accused of misuse of authority by preventing verifications conducted by the Court of Audits and of infringing the legal regulations that obliged him to issue and extend 11 urbanism certificates and the construction licenses of wind turbines and generators.
“During a search at the home of Constantinescu Nicusor Daniel, prosecutors found 15 bullets of 9 mm, which hint to the crime provided by art. 342 of the new Criminal Code,” reads the indictment sent to court by DNA.
The same document mentions that DNA investigators disjointed the probe in the case of Nicusor Constantinescu also for the crimes of bribe giving and taking. Nicusor Constantinescu was sent in court in three criminal files so far. In the first he is accused of preventing controls made by the Court of Audits, while in the second he is accused of underfinancing and attempting to evacuate the Constanta Military Centre. The third file was sent to court in 2008 and Nicusor Constantinescu is accused, together with mayor Radu Mazare, of illegally retroceding some lands.

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