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February 25, 2021

Gov’t allotted funds to imaginary kindergartens

A Government resolution adopted this month approves the allotment of RON 121,570,000 out of the Ministry of Education’s budget to school inspectorates. The investments listed include the RO.AS.IT kindergarten in Bucharest, which does not exist, according to the Bucharest School Inspectorate. At the same time, funding was allotted for the building of a new, Jewish, kindergarten in district 3. The two kindergartens are supposed to receive RON 800,000 from the Ministry of Education. “The inspectors general took responsibility for all the works conducted, which have not been paid for. If there are any errors, they will obviously be corrected and the culprits will be sanctioned,” the minister of Education, Daniel Funeriu, stated, quoted by Realitatea.net. “We can only confirm if the unit exists. Ask the people at the ministry and in the Cabinet. They can tell you how the schools ended up there. They are not on our list,” the inspector general, Cristian Alexandrescu, stated.

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