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Former Microsoft Romania CEO heard at DNA

Former interim CEO of Microsoft Romania Sorin Eftene was heard yesterday at the headquarters of the National Anti-Corruption Directorate in the case of renting IT licenses for schools, a case in which investigations are made around accusations of influence peddling, malfeasance of office and bribing, reports Mediafax. Sorin Eftene came to DNA headquarters around 9 am and refused to comment on his presence in front of the prosecutors. According to legal sources, Sorin Eftene was summoned to come to DNA to provide statements regarding the case open following the notification from the Government Control Body, regarding the renting and extension of licenses for schools, for which about 9 million euros were paid. Chief of the Government General Secretary Ion Moraru was heard last week in the same case.

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