Ana-Maria Patru, the former head of the Electoral Authority (AEP) in Romania is being prosecuted by the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) Ploiesti whom they are accusing of “influence peddling in continued form and money laundering” in late September 2017.
As DNA has announced, Patru “requested EUR 1 million from a software company representative and received EUR 600,000 and two watches worth nearly RON 110,000”, reports romaniajournal.ro.
Accusations against entail influence peddling, money laundering, misleading the judiciary and investigations have so far proved that the money she received has been used for a plot of land and a flat bought on the name of relatives.
Certain news about her husband trying to flee with documents closely related to the case, became known recently and have caused an uproar. It was said that he was stopped by the police…IBNA