Romanian authorities should improve their dialogue with the civil society, at the same time with increasing public spending on education so that young people will no longer have to leave the country to find a job in other countries, President of the European Economic and Social Council (EESC) Henri Malosse said on Thursday.
“Romania is and can still be in the future a key member of the European Union. We are recommending ten Romanian authorities to improve their dialogue with the civil society, at the same time with increasing public spending on education so that young people will no longer have to leave Romania to find a job in other countries. At the same time, young people do not need employment support measures only, but also a greater involvement in the decisions of the government and other public organisations. The best working society is the society where the population is consulted when decisions are made,” Malosse told a meeting in Bucharest with Romania’s Minister of Youth and Sports Gabriela Szabo and Chairman of the Employers’ Associations of Young Romanian Entrepreneurs (PTIR) Florin Jianu. According to Malosse, providing young people with a vision of the future is the overall responsibility of the European Union and the particular responsibility of Romania.
“The European Union has to provide young people with a vision of peace and prosperity. At the same time, it is the overall responsibility of the European Union and the particular responsibility of Romania to provide the young people with a vision of the future so that they may be encouraged to start a family. Currently, there are huge pay differences between Luxembourg and Bulgaria, although they are both EU member states. That has to change in the future, at the same time with harmonising national legislation for start-ups,” said the EESC official.
Iohannis underlines importance of strengthening role of civil society organisations, their dialogue with EU bodies
President Klaus Iohannis has highlighted on Thursday, in his talks with the President of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), Henri Malosse the importance of strengthening the role of the civil society organisations and their dialogue with the EU bodies. According to the Presidential Administration, in the opening of his talk with the EU official, president Klaus Iohannis expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the EESC to ensure a bridge between the European Union’s bodies and the organized civil society. In the Presidential Administration’s release is shown that both interlocutors have agreed upon the fact that in the current European context the citizens’ confidence in the European project should be reassured.
PM Ponta: We completed the organisation and functioning regulations of Tripartite Council for Social Dialogue
Prime Minister Victor Ponta at the Victoria Palace on Wednesday participated in a working meeting with representatives of the trade unions and employers’ associations, at the end of which the organisation and functioning regulations of the Tripartite Council for Social Dialogue was completed.
“A very good meeting for strengthening the social dialogue! We completed the organisation and functioning regulations of the National Tripartite Council. The President of the European Economic and Social Committee Henri Malosse was also present. We agreed to meet on a monthly basis in such a framework, to consolidate the social dialogue in Romania,” the Prime Minister wrote on Facebook.