Impact of an investigation by CIJM: Prosecutor Mirandolina Suşiţcaia, forced to leave the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office

The anti-corruption prosecutor, Mirandolina Suşiţcaia, who ordered the removal from criminal prosecution of Moldovan judges involved in the Russian Laundromat and reported to her superiors that there was no evidence in the case, was delegated from the Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office to another institution. Prosecutor Susitscaia's files containing Veaceslav Platon,

Julieta Saviţchi
15/10/2021

The Shor Case Transferred from Cahul to Chisinau

21/08/2021

Impact of an investigation by CIJM: Three more judges and six prosecutors targeted by the National Integrity Authority

16/08/2021

The General Prosecutor’s Office to Decide on the Need for Repeated Lifting of the Parliamentary Immunity in the Case of Shor, Ulanov and Jardan

15/07/2021

The Service for Preventing and Combating Money Laundering: Companies Controlled by Platon Are Involved in the Theft of the Billion

15/07/2021

3m lei and about €100,000 were found at ex-administration of CFM, MP

12/06/2021

Dodon and Plahotniuc will be prosecuted in the 2008 energy case // The scheme revealed in an investigation by the Center for Investigative Journalism

07/06/2021

Magistrates

17/03/2021

Platon’s Sister Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison in the Laundromat Case

12/03/2021

New Arrest in the Billion-Dollar Bank Fraud

11/03/2021