The Parliament Will Have a New Commission that Will Investigate the 2010-2012 Raider Attacks in Moldova

The Parliament Will Have a New Commission that Will Investigate the 2010-2012 Raider Attacks in Moldova
22 July 2020 | 16:53

The Parliament created a Commission of Inquiry that will investigate the forced takeover of the shares of the banks and insurance companies in Moldova during 2010-2012. 

On July 20, the Parliament adopted a decision, creating the Commission of Inquiry to investigate all the circumstances of the forced takeover of shares of the banks and insurance companies in Moldova during 2010-2012.

The commission will have nine members. Its composition will include representatives of all factions, including:

  • from the Socialist Party parliamentary faction: Adrian Lebedinschi (chairman of the Commission), Bogdan Țîrdea and Nicolae Pascaru 
  • Alexandru Oleinic, an independent deputy (Vice-President of the Commission); 
  • from the Democratic Party parliamentary faction: Ludmila Guzun (Secretary of the Commission); 
  • from the Action and Solidarity Party parliamentary faction, ACUM Bloc: Dumitru Alaiba; 
  • from the Dignity and Truth Platform Party parliamentary faction, ACUM Bloc: Vasile-Andrei Nastase. 

The Shor and Pro Moldova Parties are still to delegate their representatives to the commission.

The Commission of Inquiry will involve all State authorities in its work, hear the parties and persons involved and submit to Parliament, within up to 120 days, the report on the results and conclusions of the investigation.

The draft Decision on the establishment of the Commission of Inquiry was drafted by a group of deputies of the Socialist Parliamentary faction and submitted in accordance with the provisions of Parliament’s Rules of Procedure.

The Parliament created a Commission of Inquiry that will investigate the forced takeover of the shares of the banks and insurance companies in Moldova during 2010-2012. 

On July 20, the Parliament adopted a decision, creating the Commission of Inquiry to investigate all the circumstances of the forced takeover of shares of the banks and insurance companies in Moldova during 2010-2012.

The commission will have nine members. Its composition will include representatives of all factions, including:

  • from the Socialist Party parliamentary faction: Adrian Lebedinschi (chairman of the Commission), Bogdan Țîrdea and Nicolae Pascaru 
  • Alexandru Oleinic, an independent deputy (Vice-President of the Commission); 
  • from the Democratic Party parliamentary faction: Ludmila Guzun (Secretary of the Commission); 
  • from the Action and Solidarity Party parliamentary faction, ACUM Bloc: Dumitru Alaiba; 
  • from the Dignity and Truth Platform Party parliamentary faction, ACUM Bloc: Vasile-Andrei Nastase. 

The Shor and Pro Moldova Parties are still to delegate their representatives to the commission.

The Commission of Inquiry will involve all State authorities in its work, hear the parties and persons involved and submit to Parliament, within up to 120 days, the report on the results and conclusions of the investigation.

The draft Decision on the establishment of the Commission of Inquiry was drafted by a group of deputies of the Socialist Parliamentary faction and submitted in accordance with the provisions of Parliament’s Rules of Procedure.

The Parliament created a Commission of Inquiry that will investigate the forced takeover of the shares of the banks and insurance companies in Moldova during 2010-2012. 

On July 20, the Parliament adopted a decision, creating the Commission of Inquiry to investigate all the circumstances of the forced takeover of shares of the banks and insurance companies in Moldova during 2010-2012.

The commission will have nine members. Its composition will include representatives of all factions, including:

  • from the Socialist Party parliamentary faction: Adrian Lebedinschi (chairman of the Commission), Bogdan Țîrdea and Nicolae Pascaru 
  • Alexandru Oleinic, an independent deputy (Vice-President of the Commission); 
  • from the Democratic Party parliamentary faction: Ludmila Guzun (Secretary of the Commission); 
  • from the Action and Solidarity Party parliamentary faction, ACUM Bloc: Dumitru Alaiba; 
  • from the Dignity and Truth Platform Party parliamentary faction, ACUM Bloc: Vasile-Andrei Nastase. 

The Shor and Pro Moldova Parties are still to delegate their representatives to the commission.

The Commission of Inquiry will involve all State authorities in its work, hear the parties and persons involved and submit to Parliament, within up to 120 days, the report on the results and conclusions of the investigation.

The draft Decision on the establishment of the Commission of Inquiry was drafted by a group of deputies of the Socialist Parliamentary faction and submitted in accordance with the provisions of Parliament’s Rules of Procedure.

In 2010-2012, there was a new wave of raider attacks (forced takeover of shares) on shareholders of banks and insurance companies from Moldova.

In the autumn of 2010, the shareholders of Victoriabank were stripped of their shares at Victoriabank through rulings issued by the court. The same scheme was used later in the Laundromat.

In the summer of 2011, the Moldova-Agroindbank, Victoriabank, Banca de Economii and Universalbank suffered from a raider attack. Two of these banks are in liquidation now.

The attacks were performed through courts, including the Căușeni District Court, but also through other state or private institutions.

Several raider attacks took place in the past, during the Communist Party Government. In 2001-2009, over 500 transactions and transfers of shares were reported. These transactions were also possible due to court rulings and had the characteristics of raider attacks. The victims were shareholders from Victoriabank, Agroindbank, Carmez company and others.

In the last two-three years, such attacks have taken place on the shareholders of some Moldovan banks. Currently, the prosecutors are investigating the Fincombank case.

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