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Gov’t to promote Emergency Ordinance on military pensions by February 1

The Government will draft and promote an Emergency Ordinance on military pensions, until the Parliament returns in session, Government spokeswoman Ioana Muntean announced Wednesday evening, quoted by Mediafax. The Parliament will return in session Tuesday, February 1. Official sources quoted by the news agency said the Cabinet plans to hold a special meeting in order to pass this act. The members of the ruling coalition on Monday decided that the Executive will pass an emergency ordinance that will extend the military pensions recalculation deadline until December 31, 2011. Wednesday, in a show aired by Realitatea TV, Cozmin Gusa strongly blamed army retirees for not showing solidarity with those affected by last year’s salary cuts: “You are a bunch of privileged people who did nothing in your lives. You ate at the mess, you stole the money of the Romanian state. You did not defend Romania from anything at all. You always served the leader. You created nothing, you were always obedient to the system and received pensions of 800 and even 1,000 Euros,” Gusa accused.

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