September 25, 2018

Budgetary situation is dramatic, if we manage to pay salaries and pensions we should be happy – Frunzaverde

Romanian Premier Victor Ponta contradicted Caras-Severin County President Sorin Frunzaverde (PNL), stating that the government has money for salaries and pensions, as well as for the IMF, adding however that maybe the money for salaries will be cut precisely for this county council where “the people, or at least the bosses, want to appear on TV.” Caras-Severin County Council President Sorin Frunzaverde stated on Tuesday, during the Council’s extraordinary meeting, when asked about budget allocations, that the national budget is significantly below the limit. The statement was made during the County Council’s extraordinary meeting that focused on the county’s budget this year, after one of the council members insinuated that the budget allocated does not cover the expenditures for 2013. “At this moment the national budget’s situation is dramatic. We don’t know how we will pay the second IMF installment in June. (…) The situation is what it is, namely if we manage to pay salaries and pensions we should be happy,” Funzaverde said. The Premier stated that messages of this type, concerning the lack of budget funds, “statements that President Basescu used to make at some point too,” are irresponsible.

Source: Bucharest Herald (read more)

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