Prime Minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu told the NGO representatives that he invited to the government headquarters yesterday that he needs their help in order to ensure the fairness of local and Parliamentary elections and to draw up projects such as that concerning the restitution of properties. He pointed out that he wants to resume an elementary dialogue between the central administration and NGOs, one in which the NGOs would play the role of correcting draft laws and of improving administration. “The lack of coherence in dialogue disqualifies the administrative act. We need NGO help because NGOs are dedicated to the public good, not to the associative political good. I’m the fan of limitless transparency in the public act and in the manner of spending funds,” Ungureanu stated, being quoted by Mediafax. Also yesterday, the Premier invited several representatives of trade union confederations to the government headquarters, coming up with the proposal to “revitalize” dialogue between them and the government. He told trade union leaders that he is preoccupied with the salary hike in the public sector but that he will not make any promises in this sense, offering only the hope that this can be done depending on how the economy goes.