PSD leader, Liviu Dragnea, has said on Thursday that Ionut Misa, the chief of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) should be concerned with recovering the damages from everyone, including the hundreds of thousands of euros damages made by President Klaus Iohannis through “houses achieved by forgery”.
Asked on Thursday if he could provide evidence of the existence of the parallel state, Dragnea said: “I will bring the evidence when he will pay the hundreds of thousands of euros to the Romanian state. If Teodorovici (the Finance Minister – our note) and Misa intend to recover the money from President Iohannis. If there’s no more room for money at the Treasury, then we should implement fiscal amnesty. There’s also a criminal complaint against Mr. Iohannis. It’s about the houses achieved by forgery and about hundreds of thousands of euros for the Romanian state.”
Fin Min Teodorovici says ANAF will recover the damages, including by enforcement
Finance Minister, Eugen Teodorovici, said on Thursday that ANAF will recover, including by enforcement, if needed, the damages made by the family of President Klaus Iohannis and that the data will be made public.
“Any information about public money is public information and I will put it forward, the money earned by family Iohannis,” Teodorovici said for Antena 3 TV private broadcaster.
He added that the procedure will be initiated by ANAF for the rent collected for the building eventually lost in court. “If needed, it could be done by enforcement,” he added.
On February 22, 2017, the Pitesti Court of Appeals issued a final sentence in the file. Presidency spokeswoman, Madalina Dobrovolschi, said at the time: “President Klaus Iohannis respects the courts’ decisions. The President of Romania has learned about the decision made by the Pitesti Court of Appeals. The President has acted accordingly since November 2015, when the irrevocable sentence by the Brasov Court of Appeals was pronounced.”