The Supreme Security Council (SSC) addressed a number of requests to the Prosecutor General’s Office, asking this to investigate the cases of use of insurance companies and their bank accounts in lending activities and in the privatization of state assets connected to interest groups and involved in other investigated frauds, and to also examine the National Commission for Financial Market’s decisions that led to the inefficient management of the assets of some of the insurance companies and the suspect transactions of Moldasig throughout its activity, including in 2008-2014, President Maia Sandu informed after the meeting of the SSC, IPN reports.
“During several hours, we had discussed the problems encountered in the insurance sector. The schemes planned by particular interest groups controlled by Plahotniuc, Shor and Platon, which have been applied for years, endanger the citizens’ money, generate major risks to the insurance companies and the state budget. Some of the schemes were possible owing to the bad decisions taken by regulatory institutions, while others owing to the dubious decisions of judges. In the absence of prompt actions on the part of the law enforcement bodies in the case of acts of corruption and due to the Parliament’s inaction in relation to the members of the NCFM Board, the raider attacks continue,” President Sandu posted on Facebook.
Maia Sandu noted that they also discussed the export of wheat and she asked to extend the restriction on the export of wheat from the state reserve so as not to allow the prices of bakery products for the categories of citizens with low incomes to rise.
On March 30, the Government banned the export of wheat from the state reserve until April 12 inclusive, after President Maia Sandu asked for such a move after the SSC meeting earlier the same day, invoking eventual risks related to drought and state security and the eventual increase in the prices of baked goods.