The previous prime minister of Romania, Adrian Năstase, is Adrian Artene’s visitor within the ALTCEVA podcast, which shall be broadcast on Saturday, August 6, beginning at 19:00.
Adrian Năstase was born on June 22, 1950 in Bucharest. He attended Nicolae Bălcescu highschool (now Saint Sava Nationwide School). He then attended the College of Bucharest, graduating from each the College of Legislation and the College of Sociology (1978).
Between 1990-1992 he was Minister of International Affairs of Romania from the FSN, then president of the Chamber of Deputies between 1992-1996 and 2004-2006, from the PDSR and PSD respectively. Between December 2000 and December 2004 he was the 59th Prime Minister of Romania and within the presidential elections of 2004 he was the candidate of the Social Democratic Occasion for the place of head of state.
He resigned from the management of the Chamber of Deputies in 2006 within the context of accusations of corruption. Within the legislative elections of 2008, he obtained a brand new deputy’s mandate, within the uninominal school Mizil from Prahova county, from the PSD facet. In 2012, he was sentenced to 2 years in jail for corruption. On June 20, 2012, at his residence, whereas he was ready for the police to be taken to jail, Adrian Năstase tried to commit suicide with a “Smith & Wesson” revolver, caliber 9 mm, confirmed the Common Prosecutor’s Workplace Bucharest. The suicide try resulted in a number of wounds within the neck space.
On March 18, 2013, Adrian Năstase was launched after greater than eight months spent on the Jilava Penitentiary.
Then, on January 6, 2014, by the choice of the magistrates of the Excessive Courtroom of Cassation and Justice, Adrian Năstase was sentenced to 4 years in jail with execution for blackmail and bribery, within the Zambaccian case. On July 23, 2014, the 4th District Courtroom determined that Adrian Năstase, sentenced to 4 years and 6 months in jail within the “Zambaccian” and “Trofeul calității” recordsdata, may be launched conditionally, after serving a 3rd of the sentence.
He’s married to Dana Năstase (previously Miculescu), since 1985, with whom he has two sons: Andrei and Mihnea.
Watch the complete interview with Adrian Năstase, Saturday, August 6, from 7 p.m., solely on the YouTube channel Altceva with Adrian Artene.