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February 27, 2021
JUSTICE

Businessman Remus Truica, Prince Paul placed under court supervision

The Brasov Court of Appeal replaced on Friday the house arrest measure initially instructed for businessman Remus Truica and Prince Paul (photo), with a 60-day preventive measure of court supervision.

“The house arrest measure was replaced in the case of Remus Truica and Prince Paul with court supervision, while court supervision for the other persons involved in the case was maintained and the arrest proposal for Tal Silberstein, Benyamin Steinmetz and Moshe Agavi was rejected,” spokesman of the Brasov Court of Appeal, judge Razvan Dicu told Agepres.

Remus Truica and Prince Paul have been under house arrest since December 2015.

Two days ago, the National Anticorruption Directorate sent businessman Remus Truica, Prince Paul and political advisor and journalist Dan Andronic to court, alongside others, in the Baneasa Farm case.

Remus Truica is charged with setting up a crime ring, repeated influence peddling and money laundering, complicity to abuse of office and bribery, while Prince Paul faces charges of repeated acts of buying influence and money laundering.

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