google.com on December 15, 2011 reported that a top court in Romania ruled Thursday that former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase is not guilty of bribery in a corruption case. The Bucharest court dismissed the charges against Nastase, who hailed the ruling as "the right solution." Two other former government officials also were acquitted in the case. Livia Saplacan, a spokeswoman for the anti-corruption prosecutor's office, said it will appeal the decision. Nastase had been accused of paying a bribe to a government official in charge of preventing money laundering in order to destroy documents regarding a bank deposit of $400,000 (euro308,000) by Nastase's wife.
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