Prime Minister Victor Ponta (R) says, in reply to the resignation request National Liberal Party (PNL) co-chair Alina Gorghiu (L) addressed Education Minister Sorin Campeanu, that she has “very few and very fixed ideas” and adds that with such an Opposition, “the current coalition can remain at rule 50 years more.”
“It’s clear! Now she left me alone and targets the Education Minister! Mrs Gorghiu has very few and very fixed ideas. If this is Opposition, it means we shall stay at rule 50 years more,” the PM wrote on Facebook on Friday.
PNL co-chair Alina Gorghiu believes that Education Minister Sorin Campeanu should resign over how the admission to high schools is organised.
“Mr Minister Campeanu should give up the Education portfolio if he isn’t capable to control a matter that should function like a clock – the process of admission to high schools – and if he doesn’t intend to promote meritocracy in education. His incapability risks to leave a mark on a whole generation of pupils, to revolt and create injustice to youth who have made efforts to be admitted to a good high school,” Alina Gorghiu wrote on Facebook on Friday.