Andrian Candu, head of the Pro Moldova parliamentary group, funded by fugitive oligarchs, has appeared in the Czech Republic.
The politician announced his decision to leave Moldova during a live broadcast on a social network. Kandu said that he decided to “rest” in the Czech Republic, when quarantine was introduced in the Moldovan parliament because of two deputies infected with the coronavirus.
At the moment, it is not known exactly how Adrian Kandu and his family ended up in the Czech Republic, given the closed borders of the European Union. It is also noteworthy that the “rest” of Kandu abroad coincided with the statement of the Prosecutor General of Moldova, Alexander Stoianoglo, who revealed the details of the theft of a billion dollars from the country’s banking system.
According to the Prosecutor General, the scheme, in which the current sponsors of Pro Moldova participated, involved several stages. The first lasted from 2009 to 2012. Then loans were issued to companies affiliated with certain individuals, loans to companies that did not have real economic activity. As a result, these loans were never repaid.
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At the second stage, a majority stake in Banca de Economii was transferred to some individuals. At the third stage, in the fall of 2014, individual banks began to withdraw money from the accounts of Banca de Economii to the accounts of offshore companies.