The General Prosecution Division of the Center for Combating Corruption and Economic Crime (CCCEC) in concert with the Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office are to decide today whether to start a legal case against Oleg Voronin, the son of the former head of state Vladimir Voronin, Info-Prim Neo reports.
Businessman Oleg Voronin was quizzed by officers of the CCCEC on Monday. February 22. He is suspected of fiscal evasion and money laundering. According to the CCCEC, Oleg Voronin provided explanations over transactions with bank cards during the last two years.
In 2008-2009, Oleg Voronin paid 67 million lei for different goods and services while abroad with bank cards. At the same time, his income statements showed only 4 million lei.
Oleg Voronin expressed his dissatisfaction with the fact that the information about his expenses became known and said he will complain to the Prosecutor General's Office. “It is a lie. They revealed bank transactions that are confidential according to the law. I will ask that the circumstances in which the information was disclosed be established,” he said.