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January 25, 2021

Interior Ministry looks for “juridical solution” after DNA rejects request to terminate secondment of two judicial policemen to DNA Ploiesti

The Interior Affairs Ministry (MAI) will look for “a juridical solution” after the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) has rejected the request to terminate the secondment of two judicial police officers to DNA Ploiesti.

According to Interior Minister Carmen Dan, the DNA has rejected the request to terminate the secondment of the two judicial police officers appearing in the recordings made public by former PSD lawmaker Vlad Cosma, so that “a juridical solution” will be sought to solve this problem.

Last Friday, Minister Carmen Dan stated she was yet to receive an answer to the request forwarded to DNA Chief Prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi, regarding the termination of the secondment of police officers to DNA Ploiesti, so she sent a new request to the DNA.

“We’ve come back with a new address to the DNA and have demanded what we demanded in the first one too. They didn’t answer. I’m waiting for the DNA to offer an institutional answer, as the DNA Chief Prosecutor in fact publicly announced too,” the Interior Minister stated on Friday.

After the recordings were made public by former House lawmaker Vlad Cosma, who accuses DNA Ploiesti prosecutors of falsifying evidence in dossiers, Interior Minister Carmen Dan announced that on February 13 she sent to the DNA an address regarding the termination of the secondment of the judicial police officers appearing in the recordings – Chief Commissioner Iordache Mihai and Chief Commissioner Florea Gabriela.

Carmen Dan said that she sent the address by Military Post, after the DNA Chief Prosecutor had said that she had not received any request from the MAI. Kovesi had said that she would give Minister Carmen Dan an institutional answer after she reads an official letter.

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