Marius Constantin Fecioru, former secretary of state within the Informational Society Ministry, has been detained for 24 hours on Tuesday, being accused of causing damage to the Romanian Post. Feciour showed up at the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) headquarters around 12.30 p.m., after he was subpoenaed. The case concerns acts of corruption committed by Romanian Post employees.
The acts committed by the civil servants investigated by the DNA date back to 2011-2012 and the damage caused totals approximately EUR 300,000.
Judicial sources stated for Mediafax that Marius Constantin Fecioru, secretary of state within the Informational Society Ministry at the time, and Mioara Pribescu, former CEO of the Romanian Post National Company (CNPR), instigated Romanian Post Logistics Director Constantin Olimpiu Nicolae to commit crimes. Thus, the latter ordered the Romanian Post to repeatedly distribute hybrid mail, without invoices, thus causing a damage of RON 1.1 M or EUR 300,000.
The aforementioned sources also pointed out that CNPR’s records do not contain delivery-receipt reports for the fraudulent distributions. Apart from these documents, the records also lack the volume of distributed mail.