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February 26, 2021
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Firea: “Most of the goods mentioned in Ponta’s declarations of wealth are individual property”

Gabriela Firea, the spokesperson of the PSD candidate’s presidential campaign declared regarding to the complaint filed by Ludovic Orban (PNL), that most of the goods mentioned in Victor Ponta’s and Daciana Sarbu’s declarations of wealth are gained before marriage and are individual property.
The spokesperson of Victor Ponta’s campaign for presidency issued a press release including several mentions, “after the announcement made by PNL Deputy Ludovic Orban of having notified the National Integrity Agency regarding declarations of wealth published by the head of PSD and his wife, Daciana Sarbu.”
“The declarations of wealth issued by PSD president Victor Ponta and by his wife, MEP Daciana Sarbu, were checked many times by ANI, and no violations of applicable laws were identified on these occasions. Therefore, both declarations of wealth and interest were already revised by ANI. Most goods mentioned in the declarations of wealth were gained by Victor Ponta and, respectively, Daciana Sarbu, before marriage, so, they represent individual, not common property. Therefore, they are only mentioned in the declaration signed by the owner”, the quoted source mentioned.
Firea also explained that Victor Ponta and Daciana Sarbu “publicly issued their declarations of wealth and interest, according to the law, in complete transparency.”
“We regret the fact that Mr. Iohannis approves or even encourages his party members to submit complaints against political adversaries. Such approaches represent a dirty and ridiculous manner of carrying on the electoral battle, and PSD engages itself to never use such methods against Mr. Iohannis or any other candidate to the presidential elections”, the press release by Gabriela Firea points out.
PNL Vicepresident Ludovic Orban had announced on Tuesday, in front of the National Integrity Agency headquarters, that he had submitted a complaint requesting an investigation of PM Victor Ponta and his wife Daciana Sarbu, as they had not declared seven buildings they allegedly owned.

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