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October 22, 2021

Gov’t might assume responsibility for Blanket Salary Law

The Executive might also take responsibility for the blanket Salary Law, along with the Education Law, unless the two Houses of Parliament pass the two normative acts, Democratic Liberal Party (PDL) Vice-president Gheorghe Flutur announced after the party’s central leadership Monday meeting. He specified that the National Standing Bureau of the party empowered Premier Boc and party whips to rush the procedures on those two normative acts. “The focus is on the Education Law, and the blanket pension law too, and unless the issue is solved in the next ten days, government is ready to take responsibility for this two major acts before Parliament,” Flutur announced.

The Democrat-Liberal held that the Executive has received the backing of both the PDL central leadership and the coalition for taking responsibility, if the passage deadline lapses. “The coalition discussed the likelihood to take responsibility. We have its support, if it comes to it. We should like for legislative procedures to bring the good news, so that in ten days we have the education law passed,” Flutur said. The Democrat-Liberal leader also maintained that government could take responsibility for the Chamber of Deputies version of the education law, given the Constitutional Court’s observation on civil society have been met. Also, Flutur said both a political agreement, “which meanwhile appears to have faded to oblivion”, and social partners reached common ground on education law.

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