Traian Băsescu foundries, hidden for years under the “key” of the director of the CNSAS Investigations Department

This revelation comes as part of an investigation by the CNSAS College Coordination Office, which concluded that the person who protected Băsescu was none other than Germina Nagâț, who led the CNSAS Investigation Directorate, appointed for a new term in 2018. At the suggestion of the USR. According to the documents published by the quoted source, she has known since 2006 about the documents that were the basis for the declaration of Băsescu, in 2019, as a streamer in the Securitate, under the code name “Petrov”, a declaration that remained final this spring. By decision of the Supreme Court of Cassation and Justice.

ActiveNews claims, after studying documents it received from CNSAS, that Germina Nagâț could be charged with criminal acts. Documents and information that led to Băsescu’s declaration as a safe collaborator in CNSAS arrived from both the SRI and the Ministry of National Defense, from the former President of Romania, Emil Constantinescu, from the head of the Political Investigations Group, Mugur Chuvić. There were also press sources, such as the works of Marius Oprah. Although this evidence was under the control of the Director of the Investigation Department, Băsescu received several certificates of non-cooperation with security. The Journal presents, schematically, the primary data from this report available to ActiveNews.

Three decisions not to cooperate by 2006

According to this report, in 2002, 2004 and 2006, CNSAS made three decisions not to cooperate with security, for Traian Băsescu. And the documents that formed the basis of the latest Resolution No. 310/2006, were handed over on September 18, 2006 at the Joint Commission.

On September 19, 2006, according to a reply address from the SRI, the archival inventory record of the Network Fund held in Constanta and addresses together with records of the destruction of some files held in Constanta were sent to CNSAS. On September 25, 2006, according to a response address from the Ministry of National Defense, some pages were declassified from the Journal Register of the UM 02150 Mangalia Information Network. The next day, CNSAS voted to pass a resolution not to cooperate with the Securitate for Băsescu. After that, the captured documents were handed over to the archive, from the Cabinet to the head of CNSAS. These documents were recorded in the archive, in the register of teaching transcripts.

On November 9, 2006, the Investigations Directorate, headed by Jermina Nagy, issued a memorandum S/DI/736, and on February 19, 2010, the Central Archives Directorate issued a memorandum with the proposal to register in the ELO (CNSAS Database) of the seized documents In 2006, it was approved by the CNSAS President. On April 3, 2010, these documents were registered with the ELO.

How the director used a lawsuit to block the flow of new evidence

On October 6, 2013 a new presidential election statement was issued based on the foreign trade files “Waarduzen Ronald and Nicoară Ion”. On October 16, Traian Băsescu submitted a request for access to the file, and on October 22, 2013, CNSAS issued a certificate of non-cooperation.

Professor Dan Voiculescu appealed this decision in court, on March 28, 2014. According to the said report, on May 14, 2014, “The CNSAS Investigation Department consulted the file that was only used in Conclusion Note No.. l 800 dated 6.05.2018, on the basis of which the college was ordered to introduce the procedure in the verification of the quality of the collaborator of Mr. Traian Busescu “.

Moreover, on July 1, 2016, the head of the Political Investigation Group, Mugur Chuvić, submitted a request to CNSAS to verify Trajan Bosescu, as the head of the Popular Movement Party. The legal department expressed its view on the impossibility of deciding on this request.

On March 14, 2017, according to CNSAS, “Traian Băsescu in the 2016 parliamentary elections has been verified as running”. The quoted document also states that “Ms. Nagy did not mention the liaison department, considering that it should not have been entered into the workflow, on the grounds that the process by which the 22.10.2013 certificate was contested was not completed.”

Najat admits that he has known about these documents since 2006

Only on May 6, 2019, the CNSAS Investigation Department issued a note of conclusion No. 800, on the basis of which CNSAS ordered the introduction of the procedure in the verification of the quality of the collaborator Traian Băsescu. On the basis of this action appears in the report, “File 00016596 – on foreign trade, I -3675988 – Waarduzen Roland and I – 0244989 – Nicoară Ion (also mentioned in the conclusion note of 16.10.2013), in addition to the notes taken on 22.11. 2005, 11.09.2008 and 9.09.2008″.

The conclusion of this internal investigation is that “while carrying out specific administrative activities, Ms Jermina Nagy – Director of the Investigation Directorate – was aware of documents taken from the SRI, both from Resolution 310, since 2006 (according to her response in the 7/2021 memorandum), as well as from the ELO (The documents were registered in 2010), but were not used to create investigations in 2013, and he preferred other publicity sources.”

This is despite the fact that a document registered with CNSAS as of March 2013 contains ten new documents compared to those drawn up in the 2005 Resolution6, to specify that “records of the Directorate of Investigation were not used, but information from other sources”. The report also notes that the sources of documentation cited by former Romanian President Emil Constantinescu and Mugur Ciovic, “who made available to CNSAS the documents acquired by the Joint Commission in 2006 on Traian Posescu” could be a milestone.

Conclusion: The relationship between Băsescu and the source of “Petrov” can be done very easily

The investigation report also shows that the basis for the non-cooperation certificate granted to Băsescu in 2013, which Professor Dan Voiculescu challenged in court, were all these documents”, which does not mean that it was not possible to identify other files from 2016. That would lead to the issuance of Statement. This is what happened after the re-verification in 2019.”

“All documents that led to the 2019 investigation have been in the CNSAS archive since 2005-2008, which means that they were definitely recorded in the TOTAL database of the Investigation Directorate before the conclusion of the memorandum of 16.10.2013 was released,” the CNSAS investigation explains.

A key element of this report is the way in which the identification between Petrov’s source and Traian Bosescu’s person has been established. This was revealed by the corresponding number – 3990 – of the profile from Băsescu’s cooperation with military counterintelligence bodies, recorded in the records under the Traian Băsescu Act, but also in the media notes of the “Petrov” source provided on May 4, 1975.

“It can be concluded that the 2017 re-verification should not have been stopped, because between 2013 and 2016 there was a possibility of new and unprocessed documents, which were not considered in the 2013 certificate. In such a case, based on new documents / information, A new discovery warrant must be issued.(…) Therefore, starting in 2008, if new and unprocessed documents are identified, CNSAS can proceed to re-verification of Mr. Traian Busescu, taking into account the positions he held in 2004-2019, The position of President of Romania (2004-2009 and 2009-2014) and Senator (2016-2019)”, the report’s note shows.

Appointed in 2018 again to CNSAS, with support from the USR

Jermina Anna Nagy, who, throughout this time, led the CNSAS investigative department and continued to “pull” Traian Bosescu, has worked for the National Council for the Study of Security Archives since 2000.

According to his biography published on the institution’s website, between 2000 and 2001 Nag worked as a consultant to the Investigation Directorate, a position in which he dealt with “the selection of information from security files, in order to implement the provisions of the CNSAS Law. 187/1999).

Subsequently, between 2001 and 2018, Jermina Anna Nagy headed CNSAS’s Directorate of Investigations, where she, in her capacity, “coordinated the activities of selecting and analyzing existing data from the Securitate files, monitoring security, and managing activities related to people’s access to their private file.”

In 2018, when Jermina Nagy’s term expired, on March 18, the plenary session of the Senate and the House of Representatives passed Resolution No. Regarding the appointment of some members of the CNSAS College, for a new term, Germina Ana Nagâ, with the support of the Union of Socialist Republics, ranks 8 out of 9, in the list of newly appointed members.

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