Trade unions: Layoff notices for 1,063 Financial Guard employees are illegal

Sebastian Oprescu, President of the Public Servants’ National Trade Union (SNFP), stated yesterday that he has filed a complaint within the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) and will attack in court today the order through which 1,063 Financial Guard employees were given layoff notices, Mediafax informs.

Oprescu pointed out that ANAF President’s June 23 order is illegal because it is impossible to issue layoff notices before auditing the employees’ performances. “The ANAF President’s order is vitiated because layoff notices were issued without respecting the law. Auditing procedures should have taken place first, and then the employees that failed the tests should have been given layoff notices, not the other way around,” Oprescu explained. Theoretically, at least 291 employees, representing 21 per cent of the total, will leave the institution after the audit, Blejnar added.

Of the total employees that received layoff notices, 58 hold leadership offices. According to Blejnar, the tests will establish which of the employees will be sacked and which will be relocated to other Financial Guard structures. He also pointed out that of the 1,383 Financial Guard employees, 320 were not given layoff notices because they work in understaffed departments. In other developments, the Social-Liberal Union (USL) was about to file within the Senate yesterday a proposal to set up two Parliamentary commissions that would investigate the way in which government funds were spent and the situation within the Ministry of Administration and Internal Affairs (MAI) and ANAF.

“We have data showing that money from the Prime Minister’s reserve fund and from the budget are going, mainly through the Ministry of Regional Development but through other Ministries too, to Democrat-Liberal local authorities and companies,” PSD President Victor Ponta stated after the USL meeting. He added that MAI and ANAF are being destroyed under the PDL leadership

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