The Head of State has offered former MP Adrian Radulescu the position of Presidential aide, rtv.net informs. Radulescu stated on Romania TV that he talked on the phone with President Traian Basescu, the latter offering him the job. Radulescu accepted the proposal and is now waiting for the decree on his appointment to be signed. “President Traian Basescu called me and asked me if I agree, I said yes and he will inform me when I have to show up,” the former MP stated. Radulescu will be the President’s aide on agricultural issues. A university professor, Radulescu was secretary of state within the Agriculture Ministry in the Boc Government. He became MP in September 2011, filling in the seat left vacant as a result of MP Victor Surdu’s death. In Parliament he was the member of the Lower Chamber’s Commission on Agriculture, becoming its chairman in February 2012. He was rumored as possible Agriculture Minister when the Ungureanu Government was formed.