Udrea said that Parliament sent the Prosecution Office the relevant report of the parliamentary investigation committee back in October, “when it had been subjected to vote.”
“I am a lawyer by training and would not make such comments, but as a politician, as a minister, I have always said that those charges are aberrant and I find this is a correct decision,’ she said.
Asked if she reported to the Prosecution Office for hearings, Udrea said she did not, but that she referred to the institution all the documents required from her. During her hearing by the Parliament expert committees, she said that she received the non- prosecution decision of the Prosecution Office at the notification sent by the Chamber of Deputies, showing that all the charges raised against her by the parliamentary investigation commission proved ungrounded.
Udrea also listed the deeds for which the non-prosecution was instructed: abuse of office against public interests, intentional abuse of office against public interests, incitement to abuse of office against public interests, neglectful performance in office, fund embezzlement.