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April 20, 2021
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Ciolos: If honest people do not get involved where rules are made, those for whom anticorruption is the “deep state” will make law from “trickery”

Former PM Dacian Ciolos wrote on his Facebook page that if honest people do not get involved where rules are made, from local councils to the Parliament and Government, those for whom the fight against corruption means a “deep state” will make real law from “trickery”.

“If honest people who want to live without the stress of being deceived, robbed without shame or manipulated by somebody, do not get involved by their presence and competence where rules are made, from the local councils to the Parliament or Government, those for whom the fight against corruption means a ‘deep state’ will make the rules for everybody, making real law from ‘trickery’” Dacian Ciolos stated.

The former PM mentioned that Romania 100 Platform will work in the coming period not only in order to indicate what doesn’t work properly, but also to propose and support projects on how better things can be done, including in the Health system, and he shared Vlad Voiculescu’s message from Sunday.

The former Health Minister Vlad Voiculescu spoke in a Facebook message about the transplants in Romania and about the delays in the procedures and regulations in this field, since “where there are no rules, nobody can accuse anybody of anything”, and meanwhile “hundreds or thousands of Romanian people died on the waiting list” or they lived because they borrowed. “Which is the simplest way to be sure that you can steal in peace? You make the rules for yourself! Or… you don’t even make them” Voiculescu said. He added that Minister Florian Bodog “is like a flower, he didn’t see or hear anything”.

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