Prosecution extended in the case of ex-CC judge Toni Grebla
Anti-corruption prosecutors extended prosecution in the case of former Constitutional judge Toni Grebla, charging him with new more crimes: continued influence peddling (2 crimes) and forgery (13 charges).
Toni Grebla was brought to DNA on Wednesday to hear the new charges.
The National Anti-corruption Directorate claims that during electoral campaigns in 2008-2012 senator Toni Grebla used to receive EUR 100,000 electoral undue benefits from Ion Bîrcin?, EUR 50,000 for each campaign.
Prosecutors say Toni Grebla used to promise in exchange to determine various clerks within the national companies or the local and central public authorities to hurry the release of some documents in the benefit the companies controlled by Bîrcin? in various fields of activity: energy, constructions, transport, waste iron.
Grebla is also charged that, during 2009-2015, he omitted to say in the wealth statements as senator and CC judge that he acquired a 10,000-sqm land in Gorj county by donation from a relative.