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May 6, 2021
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PSD attacks law that postpones payment of public sector salaries

PSD will attack within the Romanian Constitutional Court (CCR) the law on postponing, until 2016, the payment of salaries that the public sector employees won in court, PSD Departments’ spokesperson Lia Olguta Vasilescu stated yesterday. “Spread-out payments are natural but there should have been a dialogue between the social environment and the ruling coalition because such decisions cannot be taken in force, through diktat,” Vasilescu stated, being quoted by Hotnews. According to the PSD Senator, one can see that the total budget savings that resulted from the cuts represent approximately 2 per cent of GDP, namely RON 8 bln, while the damages that the public sector employees won in court also total RON 8 bln. “The big cuts represent a deficit initially postponed for 2012 or 2013, and now for 2016,” she said. Likewise, the Social-Democrat will also notify the CCR about the Parliament’s decision on the election of Court of Accounts advisors.

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