Romania’s National Radio Chief Charged With Corruption
Prosecutors have indicted the head of Romania's national radio on charges of malfeasance, reported Associated Press, cited by BTA.
Besides Ovidiu Mikulesku, 10 current and former members of the company's board are also suspects.
Prosecutors claim that, in the period between July 2011 and January 2014, they approved contracts for tourism services in which they had financial interest and made illegally a total of 400,000 lei (around EUR 90,000) via the contracts.
Miculescu was hospitalized recently and has not commented on the allegations.
After prosecutors searched some of the offices of radio Romania, the company denied that the board is ''directly or indirectly'' related to the travel agency.
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