Ungureanu wants trip timetables correlated

Prime Minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu asked the ministers yesterday to “correlate” the timetables of their trips abroad so that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Prime Minister’s cabinet will now precisely which trips are considered necessary and how the delegations can be formed in order to be as efficient as possible. At the same time he confirmed that he has asked the ministers not to propose to the government laws introduced on supplementary lists. “The principle we set out from when organizing government meetings is rigour; I’m not willing to accept supplementary lists, documents that come as part of green-lighting procedures that the initiator insufficiently consolidated from a juridical or technical point of view,” the Premier stated, Mediafax informs.

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