The General Prosecutor's Office has announced that they have already carried out inspections and opened criminal cases on certain charges. The specification comes in the context of the statements of the Chairman of the Parliamentary Commission on national security, defense and public order, Chiril Moţpan, who presented today, November 22, a list of several supporters of the Dignity and Truth Platform, activists and journalists, whose communications were allegedly intercepted.
The General Prosecutor's communicator, Emil Gaitur, has told IPN that the Prosecutor's Office will verify some additional aspects and will get back with details, as provided by law, in the event that the parliamentarian submits the request.
According to Chiril Moţpan, some of the leaders of the protests organized by the DA Platform were also shadowed, and the task was to gather compromising information on them. "Here is one of the dispositions of Mr. Cavcaliuc (Gheorghe Cavcaliuc, former deputy head of the General Police Inspectorate / IGP, e.n.): after a person is identified, the accumulation of compromising information follows, then his intimidation for subsequent collaboration or his holding accountable, all under the guidance of Mr. Cavcaliuc. He was the person keen on disparaging the Dignity and Truth Platform, thus building his image, says my source, in front of the country's leadership of the time, being Plahotniuc’s humble servant," noted Chiril Moţpan.
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Chiril Moţpan presents a list of activists and journalists whose communications were intercepted