The head of the FBI Office for Romania and Moldova met today in Chisinau with the director of the NAC, Ruslan Flocea800 euros for a driving license and over 9 000 euros seized at searches. A man from Cantemir was apprehended by the NACSynthesis of the CARA: a luxury car Bentley Continental, a Mitsubishi Galant and a Renault Kangoo, among frozen assets
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Two companies that provide legal services, searched by CNA in the files of "regaining Romanian citizenship"09.04.2021 462 Views
The criminal investigation officers of the NAC and the anticorruption prosecutors today have operated at several addresses in the files initiated for the fraudulent regaining of the Romanian citizenship. Thus, the searches were carried out at Just Consult and Document Park.
Following the criminal prosecution actions, the NAC and the prosecutors collected evidence, relevant to criminal cases, including draft documents, contracts, computer technology, stamps and other objects. They are to be examined in files opened for influence peddling, committed by providing services against unlawful payments. The procedural status of the involved persons has not been established yet, and it will be decided after the administration of the evidence taken during the searches.
We remind that, on March 3, several economic agents, individuals and public persons, notaries, but also other intermediaries from the Republic of Moldova and Romania have drawn the attention of the NAC. They are suspected of being part of a corruption and influence peddling scheme, through which several Moldovans were allegedly helped to obtain various services for regaining Romanian citizenship, for a fee. These include: speeding up the issuance of identity and civil status documents, birth certificates, issuing proxies on behalf of third parties, etc. The amounts claimed for the documents ranged from 50 to 5,000 euros.
The research in these cases continues.
The Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office is conducting the criminal investigation.