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€30m, largest bribe in corruption case – Romanian Journal

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In two decades of activity, the National Anti-Corruption Directorate has prosecuted over 15,000 people for corruption, resulting in a total of €5.4 billion in damages.

The largest bribery in a major corruption case rigged by anti-corruption prosecutors is €30 million and it concerns the former mayor of Sector 5, Marian Vangeli.

Thus, according to a 20-year balance sheet, there are 400 mayors, 800 public and state enterprise officials, 160 prosecutors and judges, 60 government members (2 prime ministers – Adrian Năstase and Victor Ponta, ministers, secretary of state), 40 prefectural council presidents, 1,000 police officers.

DNA sent 2,300 people to court for the embezzlement of EU funds, resulting in a total of €300 million in damages.

The damages inflicted on the state budget are more than €5.4 billion in the files that DNA sent to the court. At the same time, the anti-corruption prosecutor started seizing more than 4 billion euros for criminal damages.

Over the last ten years, the value of goods offered, offered, demanded or received as bribes in court files amounts to approximately €1 billion.

Over the last ten years, the value of goods offered, offered, demanded or received as bribes in court files amounts to approximately €1 billion. DNA claims it is currently investigating files with damages estimated at €4 billion.

Other landmarks

  • €60 million – the highest compensation awarded by the final court decision in the DNA case (the ICA fraudulent privatization case in which Dan Voiculescu was convicted).
  • €22 million – the highest amount seized in a final judgment in a high-level corruption case.
  • 15 YEARS AND 8 MONTHS – Highest judgment ever applied by a court in a corruption case armed by DNA.

https://www.romaniajournal.ro/society-people/law-crime/dnas-20-year-balance-sheet-eur-30-m-the-largest-bribe-in-a-corruption-case/ €30m, largest bribe in corruption case – Romanian Journal

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