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October 21, 2021
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Victor Ponta: Liviu Dragnea’s Latin American economic vision is but a string of unsustainable populist lies

Ex-Premier Victor Ponta wrote on Facebook, on Tuesday, that Liviu Dragnea’s “Latin American” economic vision is “but a string of unsustainable populist lies” and this approach works if one wants to chair the Teleorman County Council or Teldrum SA, for Romania and PSD the disaster being unavoidable in this manner.

“This game is no longer funny, but is actually becoming ridiculous! Everything that Dragnea announces as to be done, Tudose comes along and announces it WON’T be done – but this is not a serious way to govern!” Victor Ponta wrote.

The ex-PM added that “Liviu Dragnea’s ‘Latin American’ economic vision is but a string of unsustainable populist lies – but this works if you want to chair the Teleorman County Council or Teldrum SA / at the level of a country like Romania and of a party like PSD the disaster is unavoidable this way.”

“Helloooo – have you heard that when it comes to the economy, fiscal matters, budget policies, the most important notions are ‘stability and predictability’?!?!” Victor Ponta concluded.

Premier Mihai Tudose stated on Tuesday that the solidarity tax will not be introduced, claiming “it was far too little to do and far too big of a trouble.” Tudose added that for the time being the Government is not considering other measures in what concerns taxes.

Asked about the simulations ran on the potential introduction of a solidarity tax, Mihai Tudose said that “it was far too little to do and far too big of a trouble.”

He pointed out that for the time being the Government is not mulling any other measures in what concerns taxes, “no measure that would put pressure on the population’s budget.”

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