Dan Sova, prosecuted in a new file

The National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) has informed on Wednesday that the prosecutors requested the start of prosecution against Senator Dan Sova, at the time representative of the law firm, for two deeds of complicity to abuse of office in a new file.
In the file are being investigated Mihai Balan, general director of CET Govora and Constantin Lepadat, economic director of CET Govora, charged with two deeds of abuse of office.
“During 2006-2008, Dan Sova convinced Mihai Balan and Mihai Balanto conclude two agreements for legal assistance in the terms imposed by him, in breach of duties or the legal provisions on procurement in force at the time. Specifically, on March 1, 2006 and on March 19, 2008, SC CET Govora concluded with the Law Firm ‘Sova and Associates’ two separate contracts for legal advice/consultation/representation, including the payment of fees for success of EUR 667,409.20 and of RON 1,822,928.24 respectively,” reads a DNA release.
According to DNA, the two separate contracts were concluded under the background of a valid contract of SC CET Govora for legal assistance on the same subject, concluded with the same Law firm ‘Sova and Associates’.
The prosecutors claim that these activities have caused damages to SC CET Govora worth over EUR 667,000 and more than RON 1.8 million and led to an unjustly benefit for ‘Sova and Associates’.
In another file, the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) request for detention and remand of Senator Dan Sova got the green light of the Senate’s legal committee on Tuesday. There were five votes in favour, two votes against and three abstentions.

CET GovoracontractsDNAMihai BalanNational Anticorruption Directoratenew fileSenator Dan Sova
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