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November 30, 2021

Boc booed by angry public workers

While visiting the construction site of Bucharest’s northern beltway, Premier Emil Boc was stopped by a group of persons that booed him and asked for his resignation, telling him that he takes them “for fools and guinea pigs” by cutting salaries and that they have seen no achievements since he has started his term as Prime Minister, Mediafax informs.

The group of persons, which stated they are District 1 policemen and civil servants sacked from the District 1 and 2 Mayoralties, reproached the Prime Minister of cutting salaries, raising taxes and failing to create proper setting for job creation. “

Boc tried to stop the booing by shouting “fellows, let’s talk,” but told them at the same time that he will not stop the reform and they will all have to work if they want money. Boc complained the protest that marred his visit was set up by District 1’s Liberal Mayor Andrei Chiliman. “It’s obvious it was premeditated; Chiliman sent policemen from District 1 because the Mayor has irresponsibly hired 1,800 people in a force that could only accommodate 800. They should go and settle their issues with Chiliman,” Boc said.

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