PM Ciolos asks ministers to present their balance sheet after Easter

PM Dacian Ciolos advised ministers on Wednesday to take advantage of the short Easter recess and to review their ministries’ activity. The primer minister asked them to present an assessment of the projects assumed by the governance programme, with the administration reform, infrastructure, education and health projects as top priorities.

I want you to take advantage of this short break to review the way things have gone since you have been in office until now. After we return from the Easter vacation, we would like to focus on the next stage, the one of delivering the results of the projects we’ve launched. I don’t us to remain at the stage of launched projects and to give the impression that we are just launching ideas without being able to also deliver results,” Ciolos told his ministers.

Firstly, I think of the administration reform, where everything that we’ll do in the next months will have to impact on the citizens’ lives. I am also thinking of the infrastructure projects, of health and education (…), “ Ciolos added.

Before the Gov’t weekly sitting, PM Ciolos was asked where he is going to celebrate Easter. He said that he will go home in Ardeal, explaining that this is home to him, and not the Capital city.

The premier’s move comes after two days ago President Iohannis expressed his discontent regarding the Gov’t activity. He stated that there are some things that dissatisfy him regarding the current Government, yet stressing that not all of them can be solved in public.

“There are things that dissatisfy me regarding this Government, but not all of them can be solved on the public stage. It’s not my Government! This Government was a solution until the autumn’s elections this year, a solution generated by a crisis situation and which all political parties have subscribed to. It’s  Romania’s Government,” Iohannis said.

 

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