Lia of Romania, suspect in the file of illegal restitution of forests

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Lia of Romania has the status of a suspect in the file of illegal restitution of forests. Although she claims is a denouncer in this file, the prosecutors documents contradict her, digi24.ro informs.
Lia of Romania was heard in her husband’s file, who is under house arrest as suspect.
Lia of Romania’s claims of being denouncer are partially confirmed. In the statement given to DNA Brasov, Lia confirmed the words of her husband, Prince Paul (Paul of Romania, aka. Paul Lambrino) on requests from Remus Truică, the other suspect under house arrest in this file.
Lia of Romania is under investigation on charges of making false statements. The file is pending at the Supreme Court, to judge the complaints filed by the lawyer of Paul of Romania and by the one of Remus Truică against the Brasov magistrates for an extension of the house arrest.
The High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) ruled in early December against the National Anti-corruption Directorate’s (DNA) appeal and has maintained the decision ruled by the Court of Appeal Brasov in the file of Baneasa Farm restitution with damages up to EUR 130 million.
Prince Paul (Paul of Romania, aka. Paul Lambrino) and businessman Remus Truica are under house arrest, while journalist Dan Andronic and the other defenders are under judicial control.
Among the defenders is also Gheorghe Sin, the president of the Academy for Agricultural Sciences, who has been placed under judicial control.
Baneasa Farm was returned to Paul of Romania, as heir of Carol II, when the members of the Land Fund of the Bucharest City Hall, headed then by Adriean Videanu, recommended the Institute for Plants Research in Romania (ICPR) to return the land.
The institute’s Board of Directors decided to approve the land return, although at the time Paul Lambrino (Prince Paul) was not yet legal heir of King Carol II.
The plot of land was only formally handed to Prince Paul of Romania, as he had already sold the rights on the property to the company Reciplia SRL for EUR 4 million.

Photo: Lia of Romania and Paul of Romania

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