Anti-corruption prosecutors have seized a plot of land, an apartment, two cars and bank accounts owned by the ruling party’s chairman Liviu Dragnea after the National Anti-corruption Directorate announced the seizure on his fortune in the Tel Drum file.
“In order to recover the prejudice in the file, distraint upon goods identified so far has been applied: a 2,913-sqm plot of land located in Turnu Magurele, Teleorman county and a building on it, an apartment of 80sqm in Turnu Magurele and two cars (Skoda Superb and BMW X5),” DNA informed.
Prosecutors also seized RON 630,000 obtained from a purchase pledge, RON 280,000 obtained from renting in 2015 and 2016, and other sums of money from four bank accounts owned by Liviu Dragnea.
The money owed by third parties to Dragnea was also seized, including EUR 80,710 and RON 460,110 owed by a private company from Turnu Magurele and RON 10,500 owed by the Teleorman organization of a political party.
DNA will also seize shares and equity interests held at the private legal persons to be identified. Other assets worth up to RON 127,547,366 are to be identified.