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April 18, 2021

SPP submits report on President’s information protection to Senate

the Protection and Guard Service (SPP) submitted the report on how the Service ensured the information protection of President Traian Basescu to the Senate’s Defence Commission, upon request. Commission senators will most likely meet Thursday to assess the report, which has not been made public. Members of the Defence, Public Order, and National Security Commission had decided last Tuesday with a majority of votes to ask SPP to draft a report on the process through which President Traian Basescu was informed about his brother’s activities, without interrogating the head of SPP, Lucian Pahontu. “If, based on the report, it is necessary to clarify certain aspects of the report by questioning the director of SPP, we will do so,” the chairman of the Senate’s Defence Commission, Corneliu Dobritoiu, pointed out.

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