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May 16, 2021

Mansion proposed to Basescu now for sale

Villa 11 in Snagov belonging to RA-APPS that had been proposed to Traian Basescu by the Government as a residence option and six other properties have been offered for sale in an open outcry auction, the starting price being EUR 3.7 M including VAT.

The property has ground floor, first floor and mansard, a useful area of 1,702 sq m and a total area of 2,085 sq m. There is an administrative annex of 183 sq m, a 58.41 sq m office space building and 27,412 sq m of land.

The Government has recently presented a list sent by RA-APPS to Traian Basescu in December of seven properties for him to choose from his residence after completing his term as president of the country, including two in Snagov. The Government says Basescu has turned down some of the houses and has given no answer regarding other ones, Mediafax reports.

The list was sent to the former president after he had requested from RA-APPS, also for the attention of the Secretariat General of the Government, to assign to him, for free usage, a protocol home to become his residence, other than Villa Lac 3 which he currently dwells, as well as an office, after the conclusion of his presidential term in office, under the law.

On the list there were the six-room apartment in Constantin Prezan Boulevard, in the building where Basescu used to be a neighbour – on distinct floors – of Adrian Nastase and Nicolae Vacaroiu (with an area of 279 sq m), Villa 11 in Snagov, Villa 1 A in Snagov (472 sq m), a property of five rooms plus three service rooms in a building in Orbescu Street (440 sq m), a property of nine rooms in David Praporgescu Street (295 sq m), a five –room apartment in Barbu Delevrancea Street (280 sq m) and an 8-room apartment in Lev Tolstoi Street (273 sq m).


PM Ponta: I do not deal with a citizen’s housing situation


Premier Victor Ponta seems he wants to never hear about his former political enemy Traian Basescu. Asked about the property where the ex-president was going to live, Ponta explained he did not deal with a citizen’s housing situation.

‘I do not deal with a citizen’s housing situation. I will ask the secretary general of the Government to give you details on the subject’, the prime minister told a press conference at PSD’s headquarters on Monday.




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