Arrived in a shadow over the past, the DNA is launching a file "bomb" on the market: the indictment of the Senate President Calin Popescu Tariceanu. Officials from the Office of the Prosecutor General stated for the "Evenimentul zilei" that The request of the DNA chief prosecutor was referred to the Romanian Attorney General and arrived in the Senate the same day. The parliamentary immunity of the second man in the state and the ALDE president is required a year before the presidential election, where he is a potential candidate.
The alleged offense was allegedly committed between 2007 and 2008, when Tariceanu was the Romanian prime minister. DNA claims that the case was set up this year after the reunification of three criminal proceedings, one of which was taken at the request of the Austrian judicial authorities.
Tăriceanu is accused of illegally appropriating about USD 800,000, representing 10% of the amount by which additional acts were added to the contract entered into between the Romanian government and Fujitsu Siemens. The initial contract was signed in 2004, but was extended in the Tariceanu government's mandate. In this regard, it is worth mentioning that article 155 of the Code of Criminal Procedure establishes that the deed will be prescribed ten years after its beginning, unless the prosecution is initiated. In the Microsoft file, Călin Popescu Tăriceanu appealed from interception in court in an investigation based on the complaint made by former Communications Minister Gabriel Sandu.
The convicts of the archive
The latter argued that in 2008 the ALDE leader would have received several million euros in bribes to extend the license fee from Microsoft. Of all Microsoft's allegedly illegal business, entrepreneurs Dumitru Nicolae and Dorin Cocos were tried and sentenced to 2 years and 4 months in prison, former Minister Gabriel Sandu at age three, and Gheorghe Ştefan, former mayor of Piatra Neamţ, six years of age.
Senate President Călin Popescu Tăriceanu presented to the Supreme Court in March an appeal against Microsoft's technical oversight of the suit. As revealed by a public document, there was an SRI follow up / follow-up mandate for 80 state leaders, with target Calin Popescu Tariceanu in a dossier opened in 2013, from which the Microsoft case was later removed. Microsoft's file was closed by DNA after the facts were prescribed. The mandate was granted for the period from July 4, 2014 to November 6, 2014, ending 4 days after the second presidential round of 2014. "He was tracked by all means, telephone interceptions, location shifting, including planting of microphones in the house, including the environment.In the Brasov file, in the Microsoft file, with court orders, but also with mandates of national security. was intercepted in every conversation.This shows a fierce pursuit.In spite of this technical supervision, nothing was compromised either in the Microsoft file or in the restitution file, said Dan Apostol, lawyer for Calin Popescu Tariceanu. Tariceanu's appeal to the Supreme Court regarding the legality of interceptions based on a RAC ruling was rejected. The lawyer of Apostol argued that the file was based on an illegal act of the Public Prosecutor's Office.
Statement by Dan Andronic: attention to the CCR and the National Security Act
In the context of the Calin Popescu Tariceanu scandal, journalist Dan Andronic recalled Article 3 (f) of the National Security Law, on which the Constitutional Court will decide on Thursday. "Please look closely at what is happening with the RCC today, because Article 3 (f) of the National Security Law is under discussion, on the basis of which many mandates have been given by the Coldea-Kovesi binomial, which, from our those who have attacked such a thing in the Constitutional Court are completely illegal.It may be that an article in the National Security Law, in which several abuses have been committed, is declared unconstitutional, Andronic said.
To clarify this, we present what is stated in this article: "Destruction, sabotage or any other action aimed at removing the democratic institutions of the State by force or that seriously undermines the fundamental rights and freedoms of Romanian citizens or may impair the country's defense capabilities or other interests as well as acts of defense destroying, degrading or rendering useless the necessary structures for the proper development of socioeconomic life or national defense. "
"DNA Brand Factory"
In the context of DNA's interim prosecutor, Anca Jurma, sent a letter to Attorney General Augustin Lazar to refer to the Senate for the start of a criminal case for the alleged bribery allegedly committed by Calin Popescu. -Tariceanu, the Senate president, said the government's decision to approve Microsoft's licensing agreement was approved in 2004, that is, before his term as PM.
The file that came out of nowhere is handled by Marius Bulancea, a prosecutor who was in Austria for information.
Criticism of excesses in justice has disturbed occult circles
Tariceanu also said that while he was prime minister, the government was already in a state of illegality, as no payment had been made for the use of licenses. In addition, he said that although he was the prime minister, no payment was made to Microsoft, but only the licenses were issued and the first installment of the money was given at the time of the government led by Emil Boc. Besides that, Tariceanu expressed his position in Antena 3 saying that his criticism of the excesses of justice disturbed "certain circles of illegal occult power in Romania" and that "the marking of DNA works."
Contract signed by Năstase and paid under the mandate of Boc
It seemed strange to the ALDE leader that over a decade after he ceased to be the prime minister, he still takes up the subject of Microsoft licenses. "Considering the file of litigious testimony for which we were paid, it seems that we are witnessing another product of the DNA Dossier again, " he added. From the Facebook post he wrote on Wednesday, it appears that the DNA request will follow the procedural route that any such request makes, that during the Năstase government the contract was signed and some payments were made during the Boc government . . More precisely, Tariceanu explained that he promoted government decisions on the licensing of stocks. In other words, Romania would be sued by Microsoft, "in this case, we run the risk of the Romanian state losing a lot of money".
In the same post, the head of ALDE wrote that "The truth about protocols and abuses has been revealed, and the legislative way of reforming justice reform and breaking the sick connection with services is irreversible. Romania can no longer go back to the time when President Basescu stepped in to appoint some prosecutors and assimilate them to political opponents. "
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