PAS MP Mihai Popsoi asks the Prosecutor General to verify the legality of Igor Dodon’s actions when back in 2013 issuing a MDL 1,477,000 loan from Victoriabank at an annual rate of 8%.
According to the deputy, at that time it was Vladimir Plahotniuc to control the bank, nokta.md
“We demanded to check the way this loan was provided and why being in a public position Igor Dodon received this loan on preliminary terms, given that during this period the interest rate on such loans for ordinary clients was about 13%. Just as suspicious as giving such a large sum to an employee with a rather modest official salary and no credit history.
We also asked to check monthly loan repayment rates (if any) were paid, who made the payments, and how they correspond to the officially announced incomes of the Dodon family at that time, taking into account other expenses, including travel to exotic destinations ", on his Facebook page Popsoi wrote.
According to article 324 of the Criminal Code "Passive corruption", the claim to receive, consent to accept or accept by a public person or a foreign public person personally or through intermediaries of property, services, advantages or benefits in any form not due to him, for himself or another person, as well as accepting a proposal or a promise of such for the fulfillment or non-fulfillment, or delaying or accelerating the fulfillment of an action included in his official duties, or in violation of his duties, is punished by imprisonment for a term of 3 to 7 years with a fine of 4,000 to 6,000 conventional units, with deprivation of the right to hold certain government positions or engage in certain activities for a period of 5 to 10 years.