Today (Monday) prosecutors in Romania opened corruption charges against the head of that countryÃ‚â€™s Professional Soccer League.
In a statement issued by the anti – corruption prosecutors they said that Dumitru Dragomir received a bribe in 2001 for the league to buy a property for a price that was three times higher than its market value. The league paid US$355,000 (Ã‚â‚¬230,000) for a property that was built without a permit.
In the same case the vendor, then-National chairman Gino Iorgulescu, has been accused of money-laundering.
Dragomir also received a plot of land in the sale, which was registered in the name of his driver. Dragomir’s son, Bogdan Dragomir, and a driver are also cited as doing wrongdoing in the case.
Up to this stage no statement has been issued by the accused.
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