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December 16, 2019

Former presidential candidate Cumpanasu faces fraud inquiry over education claims
Dec 16, 2019

Former presidential candidate Cumpanasu faces fraud inquiry over education claims.

The head of an NGO with strong ties to state structures, who also ran in Romania's presidential elections this year, has been placed under inquiry by anti-corruption prosecutors (DNA) over alleged lies in his resume, which amounts to fraud, judicial sources told news agency Mediafax.

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