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Prime Minister Mihai Tudose posted on his social media page that, at the time when he announced, in the Gov't sitting on Wednesday, that he doesn't remove Quaestor Bogdan Despescu from office, all the television stations were saying that Quaestor Catalin Ionita doesn't want to be the new head of the General Inspectorate of Romanian Police (IGPR), context in which he cannot understand Interior Minister Carmen Dan's statement, according to which the PM's announcement would have made Ionita to change his mind about the proposal to take over this office.
"Mrs Carmen Dan admits that, at 6:27 am, she was called by Mr Quaestor Ionita, who announced that he wants to speak to her. In that morning, he conveyed to her that he doesn't want to be chief of the IGPR. The Government sitting took place at 13:30 pm. I announced then that I won't appoint Mr Quaestor Ionita, that I don't remove Mr Quaestor Despescu from office and that I expect a report from him [Quaestor Despescu]. At that time, all the television station showed in the headlines that Mr Questor Ionita doesn't want to be the new chief of the IGPR. How can anybody say that my announcement from 13:30 could have made Mr Quaestor Ionita change his mind? You draw the conclusions," Tudose wrote on Thursday on his Facebook page.
Interior Minister Carmen Dan, presented on Thursday evening "the proof" for the signed acceptance of Quaestor Catalin Ionita to take over the office as chief of the Romanian Police, if the Prime Minister would have decided to accept the proposal to remove Quaestor Despescu (the current chief of the Romanian Police) from office.
"Here, I have the proof of the acceptance expressed by Quaestor Catalin Ionita to take over the office as chief of the Romanian Police, if the PM would have decided to accept the proposal for the dismissal of Quaestor Despescu. This agreement reached the Prime Minister. Synthesising, we have, on the one hand, documents and, on the other hand, words. The agreement was signed by Quaestor Catalin Ionita on Tuesday, prior to the public announcement that I made regarding the proposal to dismiss the current chief of the Romanian Police," Carmen Dan told a news conference at the Interior Ministry headquarters.
She mentioned she can understand the "double positioning under pressure" of Quaestor Catalin Ionita, but rejected the allegation according to which she would have lied to Prime Minister Mihai Tudose. AGERPRES (RO - author: Antonia Nita, editor: Marius Fratila; EN - author: Rodica State, editor: Adina Panaitescu)