Contacted by IPN, prosecutor Mariana Cherpec, in charge of communicating with the General Prosecutor’s Office with the media representatives, stated that the follow-up actions planned for today, with the participation of Igor Dodon, were postponed based on the request submitted by his lawyer. “The reasons invoked in the request for postponement are in fact determined by the movement of Mr. Igor Dodon beyond the borders of the Republic of Moldova, an action that he had planned in advance,” the quoted source noted.
Igor Dodon was summoned again for December 29 at 11:00.
Last week, the day was quoted, Igor Dodon said that he will present himself at the Prosecutor’s Office, although this action as “a fumigant launched in the media”. “The government does not know what to invent to distract the citizens from tariffs, failures, high prices, anti-democratic elections in Balti and the fall of the PAS in the polls,” the socialist leader commented.
In September 2021, the General Prosecutor’s Office announced that it had initiated a criminal investigation into the embezzlement of state funds through schemes in the process of importing electricity into the Republic of Moldova, to the detriment of the status in particularly large proportions. “At the beginning of 2008, the decision-makers of JSC” Energocom “, the company responsible for providing the Republic of Moldova with electricity, allegedly implemented a criminal scheme that allegedly embezzled state money worth 11,927,173 dollars, the equivalent of 123 957 916 lei ”. According to the Prosecutor’s Office, the scheme was implemented “by prior agreement and in agreement with the responsibility of the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure, the National Agency for Energy Regulation, as well as other persons, including from abroad.” Igor Dodon served as First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Trade in the Tarlev II and Greceanii governments.
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