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"Băsescu is still active. He did not exit the structures". Ex-president Constantinescu, about Băsescu: "He is not free, he is a slave”

15 Oct 2014   •   12:32
"Băsescu is still active. He did not exit the structures". Ex-president Constantinescu, about Băsescu: "He is not free, he is a slave” 114
Traian Băsescu risks to fall in his own trap. His claims that Victor Ponta served as an undercover officer have brought back former allegations that Basescu himself could be manipulated by the intelligence service.

Former president Emil Constantinescu said four years ago that Băsescu could be a foreign intelligence officer. And not just an officer, but an operative one. 

In an interview granted in May 2010, Emil Constantinescu launched some extremely serious allegations against Traian Băsescu. 

"President Traian Băsescu is not free, he is the slave of those providing him with money and support".

Emil Constantinescu stated that Basescu's membership with the intelligence service was kept secret because the current president would still be at the hand of those who had recruited him . And that even before 1989.

"All his life he activated in the Secret Service as an informer, collaborator, with papers and documents. (...) In the Romanian society there are people who violently attack communism, who violently attack the Secrete Political Police and who do this because they remained operatives. You do not just exit these structures.

Although Emil Constantinescu’s statements have been taken over by a good part of the media, Traian Băsescu has never responded the allegations made by the ex-president of Romania.

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