CHISINAU — A Moldovan parliamentary commission has published the second part of an investigation detailing the disappearance of some $1 billion from the nation’s banking system, an event that the tiny, impoverished country is still reeling from.
Aleksandr Slusari, the parliament’s deputy speaker and chairman of the body’s investigative committee, said the report, released July 4, was missing the most important item — who was responsible for the disappearance of the funds — and he blamed the prosecutor’s office for hiding it…
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