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September 24, 2021

CAB rules that former USR Bucharest leader Roxana Wring has been a Securitate collaborator

The Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled on Tuesday that former leader of the Save Romania Union (USR) Bucharest branch Roxana Wring has been a collaborator of the communist-era political police Securitate.

The ruling can be appealed within 15 days after communication, the minute of the meeting specifies.

The National Council for the Study of Security Archives (CNSAS) has opened a lawsuit at the Bucharest Court of Appeal seeking confirmation for Wring’s activity as a Securitate collaborator.

Roxana Wring announced on October 9, 2019 that she was resigning from the USR, after being accused of collaborating with the Securitate, and said that she will return to the party only after she gets a final and irrevocable court ruling to clear her of suspicions of having done political policing.


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