Forgive me, brothers ans sisters.
Dinescu is a poet who wrote some poems against Ceausescu in the 80's. He is a member of CNSAS (The National Council for Studying Securitate's Archives).
Last year the archives were transfered from SRI (Romanian Information Service - local CIA) to CNSAS. They said that all the files have been transfered to them.
However, this is very unlikely.
Dinescu publicly attacked Metropolitan Plamadeala suggesting that CNSAS has studyed his file. The Romanian Church asked him to present the file to the public. He then reviewed his statement and said that he didn't actually read the file and CNSAS doesn't have it, but a "friend" of his read it. He broke CNSAS ethics because he:
- accused of colaborationism a person prior of CNSAS pronounce a decision;
- he based his accusations on his "friend's" word and not on documents.
He then said that he wouldn't be surprised that in the near future they will get new files on the hierarchs of the Romanian Church. They don't have such files in the CNSAS archive, but yet, he didn't complain to SRI that they didn't present to CNSAS all the files.
It's all politics...
It's not the first time CNSAS is used as a political instrument.