Justice Minister Tudorel Toader announced he will send on Monday to the Public Ministry the results of the controls regarding the visitors of the Internal Anti-Corruption Protection Service (SIPA) archive who held a National Registry Office for Classified Information (ORNISS) clearance and estimated that on Wednesday the archive’s Inventory Committee will start its activity.
“Tomorrow [Monday] I will sent to the Public Ministry, the results of the verifications regarding the SIPA archive’s visitors holding ORNISS clearances! Until Wednesday, the Gov’t Secretariat General (SGG) is to send the two proposals for establishing the archive’s Inventory Committee. The Superior Council of Magistrates, requested in writing to consult with professional associations in order to designate a magistrate who will become a member of the Inventory Committee, no response was formulated! On Wednesday (12 July), after the designation of the president, the Committee is to start its activity,” Tudorel Toader wrote on Facebook.
On 3 July, the Minister claimed that he had knowledge about the fact that there have been visitors of the SIPA archive who didn’t hold ORNISS clearances.