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June 25, 2014

Romania PM Victor Ponta's chief secretary summoned to National Anti-Corruption Department
Jun 25, 2014

Romania PM Victor Ponta's chief secretary summoned to National Anti-Corruption Department.
Romania prime minister Victor Ponta's Head of Chancellery Vlad Stoica was summoned to the National Anti-Corruption Department on Wednesday for his witness account in a major corruption case involving the local mogul of the governing Social Democrats (PSD).
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