Today, the deputies formed a Parliamentary Commission to investigate the circumstances in which the Ukrainian judge Nicolai Ceauș was kidnaped. The draft was voted by the parliamentary majority and the opposition.
Today, the Parliament formed a Commission that will investigate the circumstances in which Ukrainian judge Nicolai Ceauș was kidnaped. The draft was voted by the parliamentary majority, as well as by the opposition.
Nicolai Ceauș, a Ukrainian judge famous for a bribe of 150,000 dollars that he would have hidden in a jar and buried in the garden, was kidnaped on Saturday, April 3, in Chișinău, by an armed group of people. Iulian Balan, the lawyer of the Ukrainian judge announce on Facebook. President Maia Sandu stated that it is inadmissible for people to disappear in Moldova, regardless of whether or not they are Moldovan citizens, regardless of whether or not it is proven that they have committed illegalities. President Sandu called for immediate action of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the main institution responsible for ensuring the security of citizens, and the Intelligence and Security Service.