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Friday, October 08, 2004
Yesterday, Andrei Plesu and Mircea Dinescu resigned from CNSAS due to the CNSAS vote that stated that Corneliu Vadim Tudor did not cooperated with political police before 1989.
Andrei Plesu, Mircea Dinescu, HR Patapievici and Claudiu Secasiu declared yesterday that this is the final confirmation of the useless eforts of CNSAS to put some light on what happened with today's politicians before the 1989 Revolution.
It seems that the entire political class backs up on one another, as PSD, PRM, UDMR and other parties voted that CV Tudor is clean and his files should not be made public.
Some time ago, The Romanian Information Service (SRI) stated that CV Tudor does not have any public-police files. After a while, they addmited and released 19 files for his name !!! (Is zero so close to 19??)
Despite of this, a large number of the CNSAS voted pro-Vadim, which I believe is the clear evidence that you cannot clean corruption with corrupted people.
And all this comes just 2 days after the EU addmited that the biggest problem in Romania is ... corruption.
Posted by Mihai : 10/08/2004 01:26:00 pm
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