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Veolia was suspected of "corruption" on its activities in Romania. Opened in 2016, the survey was subsequently classified in July 2020, indicates the National Financial Prosecutor's Office, this Thursday, June 3rd.
Thefor "Corruption" aimed at the Water Giant on its activities in , opened in 2016 in France, was classified without continuation in July 2020, learned Thursday 3 June AFP with the National Financial Prosecutor's Office (PNF).
This survey, opened in November 2016 for suspicions of "influence trafficking" and "active and passive corruption" has been classified, the anti-corruption parquet that has judged the infringement "insufficiently characterized" , according to This source.
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Another procedure classified "lack of evidence"
Investigations in France had been launched after the filing of a complaint in the extension of a survey in Romania aimed at a local subsidiary of Veolia, APA Nova. This Romanian procedure, opened in September 2015, also was also classified, "lack of evidence" , learned AFP from the Romanian anti-corruption (DNA) parquet.
APA Nova, a subsidiary responsible for the distribution of water in Bucharest, was suspected of having paid more than 12 million euros of bribes between 2008 and 2015 in exchange for favorable decisions of local authorities, including on The water rate.
Two French were pursued
in this Romanian component, nine people, two Frenchmen, were continued.
In France, the complaint at the origin of the PNF survey had been filed by a Veolia employee in France and President of an Association AntiCorruption, Jean-Luc Touly.
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In its denunciation, Mr. Touly, President of the Republican Intervention Front against Corruption (PICC), suspected the Veolia group to be "the main beneficiary of cost increases obtained fraudulently" .
For the Romanian anti-corruption floor, the survey is "still in progress"
Romanian justice had then launched other investigations on APA Nova, this time for suspicion of tax evasion and bleaching. The injury suffered by the Romanian state would amount to at least 5.5 million euros with respect to income tax and VAT, and to 17.3 million for money laundering.
Interviewed by the AFP, the Romanian anti-corruption floor indicated that this investigation, which aims APA Nova, two Romanians and a Frenchman, was for his part "still in progress" .
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