Former Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu was heard Wednesday morning by the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) in a corruption file.
When entering to the DNA headquarters, Sorin Grindeanu said that he had been summoned as witness.
Grindeanu said after the hearing that he is not allowed to say anything about the file.
“I am witness… I can’t tell you… There are issues I can talk about, others I cannot. I don’t want to and I can’t not offer you details about the file. I believe I was plain in my statements, I have no problem, I am witness,” Grindeanu said after the three-hour hearings.
He added that during his term as deputy mayor he had nothing to do with the retrocession of buildings in Timisoara. “When I was deputy mayor I didn’t have this coordination,” the former PM said.
“I am not afraid of the DNA. I am doing my duty as citizen,” Sorin Grindeanu said.
On another topic he said he didn’t have any information about Tel Drum while being prime minister. Grindeanu also said he was not heard about emergency ordinance 13.