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June 26, 2022
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Gov’t gives up on public sector salary law

The Government will give up on the final form of the public sector salary law and will try to draft a document accepted by social partners, but within existing budget limits, Government spokesperson Dan Suciu stated.

At the same time, he pointed out that the situation of the Labour Minister, who had announced she would resign if her draft is not accepted, was not discussed at the Government meeting, the only decision taken being that the Government will adopt a different approach to the public sector salary issue.

“On Monday the Prime Minister had already told her that the [public sector] salary ordinance would not be discussed at the Government meeting on Wednesday,” Suciu said, adding that he cannot explain the reason why the Minister threatened to resign on Tuesday and that Premier Ciolos himself asked why she threatened to make such a gesture.

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