Irina Socol, former Siveco Romania president, sentenced to prison


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Irina Socol, former Siveco Romania president, was sentenced on Tuesday to two years and six months in prison in the file she is accused of tax evasion in the sales of software, the Bucharest Court of Appeal has decided.

The Court of Appeal’s decision is final and enforceable.

In the same file were also tried Aurora Ecaterina Crusti, former commercial president of Siveco Romania, Tiberiu Grabany, Dumitru Constantinescu, Valentina Gogu Mihai and Nicolae Gogu Mihai.

In the summer of 2015, the former Siveco Romania manager had been sentenced to three years and six months in prison. The Bucharest Court’s ruling was not final.

Socol is charged with tax evasion in a case of IT program sales. She was brought up for trial in November 2014, being charged with setting up a tax dodger mechanism within the company she created, after luring several accomplices who admitted the charges and even presented at large the way the crimes had been committed.

Investigators say that more fake acquisitions have been registered in the soft company’s bookkeeping representing IT programs that hadn’t been actually provided. The state budget was prejudiced with over EUR 3m.


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