Former MEP Adrian Severin sentenced to prison for bribery

Three years and three months in prison for bribery and influence peddling, the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ, Romania’s Supreme Court) ruled on Tuesday for Adrian Severin, a former member of the European Parliament. The sentence, however, is not final; the defendant can appeal. Severin was indicted in…...

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