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CPC wants MPs who collaborated with ex Securitate unveiled
The CPC (Coalition for a Clean Parliament) demands that Romanian MPs who had connections with the ex Securitate (Communist Secret Service) should be urgently unmasked. In her interview to the BBC yesterday, Alina Mungiu Pippidi, president of the Romanian Academic Society and member of the CPC, claimed it was a matter to be urgently settled because such ex Securitate collaborators "disguised as parliamentarians" would decide on the reform of the present secret services. According to Mungiu-Pippidi, the last time Romanian MPs had been checked on there had been no time for checks on all candidate lists. She explained: "Candidate lists were actually registered so late that there was no time left for checks even on 10% of the candidates. And it seems everybody forgot about it afterwards, despite the importance of it. These lists included people there were clear proves on, they were detected by other people in the ex Securitate records and not even today has the CNSAS (National Council for Research on the Communist Secret Service) confirmed them." (...)
The CPC official claimed that because the CNSAS had had no time to check on all MPs the law had been broken. She argued: "These people are illegally in the Parliament and all of then stated they had had no connections with the Securitate. Therefore things are much more serious. Now there is a scandal going on because of journalists who collaborated with the Securitate in their green years. Well, it was a bad thing to do, it's true, but on the other hand journalists working for the private press did not put their signatures on statements claiming they had not had such collaboration. They had the right to collaborate with whomever they pleased. But things are different as far as MPs are concerned." (...) (D.I.)
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