The Socialist deputy Radu Mudreac did not declare over 200,000 euros in his declaration of wealth, the National Integrity Authority announced. The integrity inspector submitted a complaint to the General Prosecutor’s Office for illicit enrichment and money laundering.
The Socialist deputy Radu Mudreac did not declare 4.5 million lei (over 200,000 euros) in his declaration of wealth, the National Integrity Authority announced. The institution stated that Mudreac violated the legal regime of the declaration of wealth and personal interests. The National Integrity Authority initiated the verification at the beginning of 2020, based on the notification of a non-governmental organization in the field of corruption prevention.
During the control, the integrity inspector found a clear gap between the acquired wealth and the incomes of the deputy and his family, between December 2014 – August 2016 amounting to 4.5 million lei. The integrity inspectors identified the money in the bank accounts opened on a family company, managed by his wife, where Radu Mudreac was a founder.
The Socialist deputy claims that the company has concluded loan agreements with various individuals, through which it contracted financial loans in the total amount of over 4.8 million lei, for the construction of commercial space in the center of the capital. The integrity inspector rejected this argument stating that the persons concerned did not have the financial means to borrow such sums.
The integrity inspector submitted a complaint to the General Prosecutor’s Office for illicit enrichment and money laundering. The inspectors also notified the State Fiscal Service in order to carry out a fiscal control.