PMP MEP Siegfried Muresan wrote on Thursday, on Facebook, that he was never afraid and will never be afraid of telling the truth about Romania’s situation, and as a result he will continue to explain to state institutions the “economic disaster” in which the country is at risk of sinking since PSD came to power. He pointed out that, in Brussels, a leader who threatens politicians and journalists doing their job is seen as “weak and deplorable.”
“I’ll explain to ‘state institutions’ the economic disaster in which Romania is at risk of sinking since PSD came to power. Since it saw it is losing its grip on power and it is not capable of fulfilling the phantasmagorical promises made during the elections campaign, PSD, headed by party president Liviu Dragnea, has entered the logic of looking for culprits. Businessman George Soros is to blame for the press investigations and prosecutors’ investigations; Siegfried Muresan is to blame for its Governments’ poor showing,” the MEP pointed out.
Siegfried Muresan claimed he will continue to explain to state institutions the “economic disaster” in which Romania is at risk of sinking since PSD came to power.
“I was never afraid to tell the truth nor will I be from now on. I’ll explain to ‘state institutions’ the economic disaster in which Romania is at risk of sinking since PSD came to power, as shown by the latest macroeconomic indicators and as the European Commission, foreign and local investors have warned for months,” he added.
The MEP also pointed out that “PSD was chosen to govern the country, not to jeopardise Romania’s economic and political stability just for them to remain in power and to protect the corrupt who have pillaged the country in the last 27 years.”
In conclusion, he emphasised that, “in Brussels, a leader who threatens politicians and journalists who are doing their job and looking for truth is seen as a weak and deplorable leader.”
PSD President Liviu Dragnea stated on Wednesday, for RomaniaTV private broadcaster, that Premier Mihai Tudose was satisfied with the “very good” meetings he had in Brussels, but also “saddened” because of the denigrating statements that one Romanian MEP made about the Government, adding that he asked the Prime Minister to “get over it” and understand that this is a period that they will overcome.
“This time I won’t sit without reacting; work, serious work is being done on documents and state institutions will indeed be notified, because far too much harm is being done. I was talking with Premier Tudose this evening and on one hand he was satisfied for having had good meetings in Brussels, really good meetings, but on the other hand he was sad and it was natural for him to be sad, because, right as he was having the meetings, one MEP was giving very ugly interviews denigrating the Government, Romania, and you should know nobody does this, nowhere,” Liviu Dragnea said against the backdrop of the attacks levelled against him and against PSD.
The leader of the Social Democrats added that this type of attitude shown by some institutions never lasted very long in any country.