The National Statistics Institute (INS) will make public in July the final results of the census conducted in 2011, three months earlier than planned initially, and the data will be analysed and discussed with an expert panel, the president of the institution, Tudorel Andrei announced. He explained that the INS decided to set up a panel of demography and communication experts that will provide a correct methodological evaluation and will secure a correct communication for those who will use the data of the census. “They are major experts, strong personalities that will accept no compromise. We accepted this risk of having a scientific and honest discussion with these specialists, so we can deliver in July the final correct and accepted data,” Andrei added. He explained that completing the census is the priority of INS, because the social status of statistics and statisticians depends on how the final results will be received and accepted.