Bacău saved Romania Union (USR) Bacău on Thursday for failing to comply with Law 544/2001 on free access to information of public interest. The regional branch headed by former deputy and current mayor Lucian Daniel Stanciu Viziteu refused to disclose various economic information. According to Epochtimes.ro, USR Bacău was sued in this case and lost.
“Accepts the lawsuit. Obliges the defendant, through President Lucian Daniel Stanciu -Visit Visitor, to provide the plaintiff with the following information of public interest: Save Romania Party-Bacău County Office financial sources and budget, County Branch balance sheet, 2016-2019 for 2016-2019 If it is paid on the basis of a work or cooperation contract resulting from the income of the associated USR-Bacău branch, there are still USR-Bacău regional offices that still have USR salaries and still hold management positions within USR -Bacău regional office, Lucian Daniel Stanciu -There is a loan agreement for the amount of the 93,000 law granted to the USR party -Visit and, if so, send a copy of this contract to the plaintiff and determine the amount.USR 93,000 lei loaned to the individual Lucian Daniel Stanciu -Visit, personal data based on anonymity. 453 Cpciv-ek dema obliges the plaintiff to pay the plaintiff an amount of 1,000 euros to the plaintiff as the cost of the court, ”the Bacău Court’s brief ruling shows.
The decision is not final and USR Bacău has transmitted that it has lodged an appeal.
Sebastian Hriban, after refusing to provide the information requested by the USR, explained that one of the aims of his approach was transparency, saying that money received from the state and money borrowed from party members (later recovered from subsidies) can often reach the original companies of party leaders. Therefore, the parties should make public how they have spent them.
Cristian Mihai Dide, reaction
“Shameless self-promotion for Ballistic Products and a great bargain on a neat little knife for you.”
“Do you want a good joke?” The Uniunea Salvați România – USR website has a “full transparency” section, also written by Cristian Mihai Dide.