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April 21, 2021

Ruling coalition meets on Monday; agenda features Fiscal Code and dignitary wages

The ruling coalition is to meet on Monday, with the agenda of discussions to include the ordinance regarding the wages of dignitaries and the situation created by the refusal of President Klaus Iohannis to promulgate the Fiscal Code, according to a recent announcement made by chairperson of the Social Democrat Party (PSD) National Council.

On Thursday, Rovana Plumb, who is also Labour Minister, mentioned that the ordinance regarding the wages of dignitaries will be discussed on Monday in the ruling coalition and the sustainability of this measure will be approached on the occasion of budget rectifications.

“Always, when there is a budget rectification, all the measures previously adopted by the Government and Legislative prior to the budget rectification must be taken into account. At the moment, there is no budgeting on the ordinance regarding dignitary wages,” Plumb showed, according to Agerpres.

The leaders of the ruling coalition will discuss the sending back to Parliament of the new Tax Code, decision taken on Friday by President Klaus Iohannis, and could decide the calling of an extraordinary session for the adoption of this document.

“If you ask me, somewhere in the second part of August an extraordinary session of Parliament should be called,” said on Friday Rovana Plumb.

According to her, the Fiscal Code is not a political one, requesting those in the National Liberal Party to be responsible and adopt the document.

Rovana Plumb reiterated that the Wage Law, which is tied to the adoption of the Fiscal Code, is in danger, as well as the perspective of raising wages in the budget sector.

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