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September 17, 2021
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Gov’t to present report of three years of activity

The Government will make a report of the three years of activity, Prime Minister Victor Ponta announced on Monday, at the Social Democratic Party (PSD) headquarters.

“I have talked with my colleagues in regards with drawing up in the coming weeks a report of the three years of governance on all the areas connected with the governance act, what we have managed to do in relation to the economic area, the social area, education, healthcare, agriculture, European funds, all the other areas. Practically, after this 3-year report we can set once more the priorities for 2016, a year in which we shall definitely present ourselves in front of the electors both in the local and in the general elections with what we have managed to do from the programme we proposed in 2012 and what we want for the 2016-2020 period,” Ponta said at the end of the PSD National Standing Bureau meeting.

When asked about the correspondence voting, the Prime Minister showed that it will be organised by the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP), not by the Government. “Same as our colleagues in the special committee very clearly maintained, as long as everybody agreed, both the National Liberal Party and the Permanent Electoral Authority, that the voting will be conducted with the registration of those who want to vote, we most certainly agree. The AEP is the organiser, not the Government, and the Romanian citizens abroad must register in the electoral roll to vote. We hope this happens and we truly have the electoral roll [up to date] so that the AEP may know what to do next,” Victor Ponta added.

 

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