According to his wealth statement recently published on the Government’s website, Premier Dacian Ciolos owns a land plot and a holiday house under construction in the commune of Marisel – Cluj County, an apartment and a house in Bucharest, and has 79,499 euro and 10,606 lei in accounts and deposits in banks in Belgium, France and Romania.
According to the wealth statement published at the beginning of his term, Ciolos had 60,789 euro and 20,447 lei.
The Premier reported as of end-May 102,280 euros in incomes – representing the one-year transitional allowance from the European Commission, 22,741 lei – the monthly salary from the Government, and 12,322 euros – the allowance from the World Bank mission.
Ciolos reported last year 132,400 euros in 10-month salary incomes from the European Commission, and 16,084 euros as a two-month transitional allowance from the European Commission. His wife collected last year 283 lei from the Development Association Agricola Alba Afroda.
The couple does not own a car, nor jewelry or art objects the value of which exceeds 5,000 euro.