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March 5, 2021

Survey: 65 pc of Bucharesters oppose dissolving districts

A total of 65 per cent of Bucharest residents do not agree to plans to dissolve districts and entrust administrative issues entirely to the city’s General Council and City Hall, a survey run by CCSB and ordered by Pro Democratia Association reveals. About 29 per cent of respondents in the survey agreed to the proposals, according to daily ‘Romania libera’ online. The survey also indicates that 70 per cent of the capital’s inhabitants are very satisfied with General Mayor Sorin Oprescu’s activity, while 25 per cent are unhappy with it.

As for their district mayors, 65 per cent said they were satisfied with their activity and 32 per cent were dissatisfied. The most appreciated district mayors are those of District 4 (Con­ser­vative Cristian Popescu Piedone – 84 per cent), District 1 (Liberal Andrei Chiliman – 79 per cent) and District 3 (Democrat Liberal Liviu Negoita – 72 per cent). A total of 72 per cent of respondents said it would be better if citizens took part in local decision-making processes because they are more aware of the problems they face.

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