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Former Timisoara Mayor heard for two hours at DNA

Former Timisoara Mayor Gheorghe Ciuhandu was heard on Wednesday at the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) in the case in which he is criminally prosecuted, alongside other persons, for the way the Local Council financed the Poli Timisoara Football Club. On his way in, Ciuhandu stated he has no regrets. The hearings lasted over two hours. The former mayor made no comments on his way out.
The hearing of former Timisoara Mayor Gheorghe Ciuhandu in the case in which he is criminally prosecuted, alongside other persons, for the way the Local Council financed the Poli Timisoara Football Club, lasted over two hours. The former mayor made no comments on his way out.
On his arrival at the DNA headquarters, the former mayor stated that he did not come to “express regrets” but to see his case file. “I have nothing to regret. I did not come to express regrets, I came to see the case file,” Ciuhandu stated when entering the DNA Timisoara headquarters.
He left the building at noon, after he spent over two hours at the hearings, Mediafax informs. Ciuhandu made no comments on his way out.
Former Timisoara Mayor Gheorghe Ciuhandu was heard in the case in which he is prosecuted, alongside other persons, for the way the Local Council financed the Poli Timisoara Football Club.

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