The second selection round began on 6 August, after Minister Tudorel Toader van Justitie had rejected all candidates in the first session.
Andrei Bodean (38), because he is talking about it, is the third candidate for the DNA head, according to sources South East Info. The first on the list of candidates was Paula Nicoleta Tănase (46 years old), prosecutor at the public prosecutor's office at the Galati Court. The second candidate announced was Nicolae Lupulescu, deputy for the DNA unit.
Andrei Bodean became known through the investigation into the former president of the Constanta County Council, Nicusor Constantinescu, and the former mayor of Constanta, Radu Mazare.
According to the latest asset statement, signed by Bodean in May 2017, he owns a house in Cluj-Napoca. The property was donated in 2011 and has an area of 252 square meters. The building is owned by his wife, Claudia Bodean.
Constanta Prosecutor has bought two Skoda cars, a Octavia brand, in 2007 and another Superb brand, purchased in 2011. Also in 2011 Bodean bought a lot, namely a fishing boat.
He has opened a savings account in 2017 with Raiffeisen Bank in which he has paid 10,500 euros. It also has debts. The public prosecutor has a credit with Bancpost, which has a duration of 13,648 euros this year.
The salary earned by Bodean in 2016 as head of the territorial service Constanta of the DNA was 119,092 lei per year, which corresponds to approximately 9,900 lei per month. His wife, who works at the Constanţa Tribunal, received a salary of 100,478 in 2016.
Bodean became known locally in 2011, because of the murderous crimes he investigated when he was a criminal at the prosecutor's office at the Constanţa Tribunal. He became Prosecutor of DNA in January 2013.
Shortly thereafter, Andrei Bodean began the criminal prosecution by Nicusor Constantinescu in the Zonal Military Center, the case in which Nicusor Constantinescu today is issuing a five-year sentence.
Bodean also challenged former mayor of Constanta Radu Mazare, a case in which he was sentenced in the first instance to six and a half years with execution. The Constanţa prosecutor has also called other local names, including mayors from the province, lawyers, heads of de-concentrated institutions.