PAS deputy Sergiu Litvinenco accuses Igor Dodon of spreading fake news through the General Prosecutor’s Office.
He said that the prosecutor’s office statement on Plahotniuc’s property seizure contains many important details that make it almost impossible to seize property outside the country, deschide.md informed.
“Dodon is campaigning by means of fake news and Prosecutor General’s participation. Yesterday, was announced with great noise about Plahotniuc’s abroad property arrest. However, the documents did not mention that the arrest is made only through the Court of Cecani region in Chisinau and this decision is subject to appeal (and not only by Plahotniuc, but also by third parties, that is owners). In addition, no one said that in order to apply arrest, it is necessary to follow a number of international procedures through judicial commissions addressed in these states. If the evidence available to the prosecutor’s office will be as “serious “and” high-quality “, like those that served as basis for the international search for Plahotniuc, I am afraid that the result will be the same. That is, the withdrawal will be denied!” – Litvinenco warned.
At the same time, the deputy notes that such communiqués “are usually made after the arrest is actually completed, otherwise you are helping the criminal to hide his criminal property, for example, by selling these goods.”
“So the news of Plahotniuc’s arrest is nothing more than an element of Igor Dodon’s election campaign that unfortunately, the country’s prosecutor general was voluntarily or involuntarily involved with. We waited 11 months and did not report the results …”, Litvinenco concluded.
Yesterday, the prosecutor’s office announced that “property worth over 160 million lei will be confiscated by the authorities of Romania, France and Switzerland.” The prosecutor’s office also announced that it provided additional evidence and convinced the judges that the actual beneficiary of the property is Vladimir Plahotniuc.
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