Richest trade union leader in Romania, remanded 24 hours for money laundering and embezzlement

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Liviu Luca, the richest trade union leader in Romania, has been remanded Monday evening for 24 hours, other three individuals being placed under judicial control in the file concerning money laundering and embezzlement, with damages of RON 15 million (approx. EUR 3.3 million). DIICOT Ploiesti conducted on Monday searches at Luca’s house in Paulesti, Prahova County.
According to judicial sources, the searches aimed at the operations of SC PSV Company, the former Petromservice. Seven people were heard, subsequently the trade unionist Liviu Luca being remanded for 24 hours, while other three persons (a former Petromservice director and two individuals connected to the company) have been placed under judicial control.
The prosecutors say that during 2005-2009 Liviu Luca, along with other persons in the company’s management, allegedly brought damages of RON 15,591,262, being suspected of money laundering and instigation to embezzlement with serious consequences.
According to the Police, the persons involved have taken advantage of their position in the company in order to fraudulently use funds. The amounts of money were used to build a series of buildings for one of the suspected persons, Liviu Luca.

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