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Dragnea (PSD): Pressure for myself to be framed up

"Various guys" are pressured to write denunciations with no real foundation against me, Social Democratic Party (PSD) leader Liviu Dragnea said on Tuesday night, adding that next week he will make a "legal, legitimate, constitutional approach" about the referendum file (in which he was convicted to two years' suspended sentence), according to Agerpres.

2017-01-25 13:03:37

"So far, I received all kinds of information I first labelled as rumours, that the Iohannis regime is concocting some files on my name," said Dragnea. "I was also told that various guys who have either been sentenced, or are being sentenced, who served jail time, who have been released from prison, or risk landing behind bars are being pressured into writing denunciations against me, since paper bears anything."

Dragnea said that in the last days he began receiving such information from "people who are appalled, people inside the system," stressing that he is not the only target, but that Alliance of Liberals and Democrats leader and Senate Chairman Calin Popescu-Tariceanu being aimed too.

According to the PSD leader, for the members of the government too "certain prosecutors have been hand-picked to aim them and fabricate or build a case." He added that he hopes that eventually "the system insiders" will hesitate to do so, and added that next week he will act in the referendum case, but gave no further details. Dragnea said he didn't want to make this move until now to avoid being accused of trying to victimize himself.





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