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PNL’s Turcan: When they get to rule, Liberals will reverse all anti-economic, anti-democratic measures

First Deputy Chair of the National Liberal Party (PNL), deputy Raluca Turcan said on Friday that when they take over governing from the current PSD – ALDE coalition, the Liberals will reverse all anti-economic measures and all anti-democratic decisions.

“The Social Democratic Party (PSD) and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) have proven once again that they are unable to govern in a predictable manner, that they are incapable of generating welfare. This criminal governing cannot last forever. The PNL will reverse all anti-economic measures and all anti-democratic decisions. Romania must be saved from the hands of its assaulters. Romania has plenty of money to recover from PSD. We are out of money now also because public funds have been directed to the PSD clientele,” Turcan told a press conference.

In the opinion of the PNL First Deputy Chair, “October 26 will remain in the country’s economic history as the day of the decisions that will bury Romania’s economy.”

“The aim is to pacify the PSD electorate and distract attention from three elements: the failure of this government, the pension law which is the clearest proof of the PSD – ALDE deviousness, and the attack on the state institutions that is in full swing and moving to a new stage – the total destruction of the independence of justice. All the measures announced in the government meeting confirm the lack of professionalism and deceit of the confidence of millions of people,” Raluca Turcan said.

The PNL senior official cautions that the Romanians’ wages will not increase as of January 1, 2018 and “disaster is looming for the private sector, because there is no guarantee that the salaries of 3.6 million employees will not decrease as a result of the transfer of [social security] contributions.”

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