CHISINAU, Moldova – A Moldovan court has sentenced former Prime Minister Vlad Filat to nine years in prison on charges of taking bribes and influence trafficking.
A district court in Chisinau sentenced Filat on Monday and ruled that his assets, including real estate, vehicles and shares should be confiscated. The sentence can be appealed.
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