Tomac: Split VAT and communication on this topic is the perfect portrait of PSD incompetence

Popular Movement Party (PMP) Executive President Eugen Tomac stated on Monday, after the party’s National Executive Committee meeting, that the split VAT and the way communication on this topic was handled represents “the perfect portrait of PSD incompetence” and throws Romanian economy into chaos, warning that many companies prefer to relocate to Hungary and Bulgaria.

Tomac stated that “the Government is amid chaos,” as proven by the ordinance on the split VAT and the communication on this topic.

“It’s a perfect portrait of PSD incompetence, because they come up with certain measures, they announce them, they throw the Romanian economy into chaos with such uninspired gestures and then they come up with entirely different proposals. Starting from a simple reality: who builds a new software, who will handle all these issues that PSD is currently deciding from one day to another? We believe all these uninspired measures only serve to create even more instability, to simply drive away investors, and at this moment we face a harsh reality: in the border areas with Hungary and Bulgaria, many companies prefer to move to the neighbouring states,” the PMP Executive President added.

Eugen Tomac pointed out that PMP categorically opposes the solidarity tax.

“PSD should think well whether their governance platform is still relevant. (…) We understand there is huge despair within the Government in what concerns the lack of resources, but this doesn’t mean they should mock the business environment and the citizens,” Tomac added.

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