Nica said that it was a first at the Euro-parliamentary elections when more than 100,000 policemen were on the streets and very tough measures were taken.
„Nobody expected that the effect of these measures would be so many criminal files. (…)
There are 180 criminal files, of which 63 are to be put on trial. And a file does not necessarily mean one man. It means that the criminal investigation is finalized and the respective individuals are sent to the court of law.
A file may mean up to 50 people, as many as in the respective bus. For 3,093 people, where the perpetrator is known, and probed that he had cast the vote many times, for the prosecutor to be able to put him on trial we need the lists in original. Despite all my appeals, AEP refused so far to send the lists, which it deems extraordinarily suspicious to me. It is inconceivable that AEP failed to send the lists for five months already”, explained Dan Nica on Antena 3.