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January 29, 2022

Gorj County Council President accused of incompatibility and falsification of declarations

The National Integrity Agency (ANI) accuses the President of Gorj County Council, Ion Calinoiu, of violation of the legal regime of incompatibilities and continued falsification of declarations.

According to ANI, Ion Calinoiu was in incompatibility as he was, at the same time, the President of Gorj County Council, short-term expert with the National Centre for the Development of Vocational and Technical Education, from 1 September to 15 December 2012, short term expert with the local committee for the development of social partnership/expert for the South-West Oltenia regional consortium at the Gorj School Inspectorate, from 1 June to 31 June 2013.

ANI claims that Ion Calinoiu broke the legal requirements that ‘the office as president of a county council is incompatible with any other remunerated activities, in the country, except being a teacher and positions on associations, foundations or other non-government organisations’.

Ion Calinoiu is also accused of not mentioning in his financial disclosure forms submitted on 11 June 2013 and 12 June 2014 income obtained under the agreements he had in place with the National Centre for the Development of Vocational and Technical Education and Gorj County School Inspectorate.

ANI has notified the Prosecutor’s Office by the Targu Jiu Court to conduct investigations into the possible commission of the criminal offence of falsification of declarations.


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