The Mayor of Timisoara, Nicholas Robu, appeared Monday morning at the central DNA headquarters to be heard by the prosecutor. The governor refused to make a statement about why he was called, most likely to be a file restitution.
Timisoara Mayor Nicolae Robu was heard during the news transmission by prosecutor DNA. Rob refused to make a statement at the entrance to the DNA headquarters about why he was called.
Most likely, it was heard in a DNA file investigating how the Romanian state was seized from 967 buildings, damage estimated at 40 million euros.
Nicolae Robu, mayor of Timisoara, Gheorghe Ciuhandu, former mayor and Martin Staia, former director of the agency, were accused of misusing services with undue profits for themselves or for others in a sustainable manner. In the same case, Dan Diaconu, Deputy Mayor of Timisoara, and Traian Stoia, former Deputy Mayor, are being investigated for misuse of services with undue profits for themselves or for others.
"Between 1996 and 2015, several civil servants from Timisoara City Hall, as well as others, violated their obligations related to law enforcement 112/1995 and revoked the Romania State Building 967, the majority located in the old center of the city, causing an estimated 40 million euros damage at the expense of the state, "the DNA prosecutor sent in a press release sent in early 2017.
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