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January 24, 2022

Ex-Minister Cristian David, held under house arrest, decision not final

The High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) on Tuesday rejected the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) request regarding the prolonging of the preventive arrest measure in the case of ex-Minister of Interior Cristian David, who will continue thus to be investigated while under house arrest.

Cristian David has been in arrest since January 22, being charged with taking bribe.

According to the DNA, Cristian David allegedly claimed, in 2007, and received, on February 1, 2008, the amount of 500,000 euros from a denunciator, through an intermediary, in exchange for which he was supposed to guide and coordinate the activities of prefects of such a manner that the County Commission for Establishing Property Rights would for issue the title of property over a 15-ha plot of land within the built-up areas of the Buzau municipality for the person in question.

Placed under charges in the same case is businessman Gheorghe Doloiu, the CEO of the Buzau-based Legume Fructe SA company.

Doloiu is also under investigation for committing the offense of abetting bribery, as the intermediary between Adrian Mladin, the one who allegedly gave the bribe to Cristian David, and the former prefect of Buzau, Cristinel Bigiu.


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