Former Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu states in a Facebook post that the government he led adopted the bill on the compensatory remedy exactly in the form initiated by Raluca Pruna, Minister of Justice in the Ciolos government.
“I am reading that a certain Mr Ciolos, candidate for the elections to the European Parliament, is heatedly trying to show that he has no connection with the initiative on the compensatory appeal. I have two pieces of news for Mr Ciolos. The first thing is that the Grindeanu government adopted a bill, that is, it sent the text to Parliament for debate. The second is that the Grindeanu government adopted the project exactly in the form initiated by Raluca Pruna – should I take it that it was not good? Or that Mrs. Pruna was making projects for ‘the criminals’ of the PSD-ALDE [Social Democratic party – Alliance of Liberals and Democrats, ed.n.] coalition, to use the vocabulary of Mr. Ciolos? I do not comment on his tastes, but Mr. Iordache appreciated enough the project of Mrs. Pruna to propose it for urgent approval,” writes Sorin Grindeanu, on Facebook.
The former prime minister urges Dacian Ciolos to call Raluca Pruna to have her confirm that the form adopted by the Grindeanu Government is the one proposed by him and advises him if he wants to win the elections, he should give up misinformation and fake news.
“And as a final tip: if you want to win something in the elections, give up misinformation and fake news and try to go door-to-door, talk to people. This is how the real campaigns are done,” writes Sorin Grindeanu on the social network.
Former Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos said on Wednesday, in a Facebook post, that the law of the compensatory remedy was adopted by the Grindeanu Government, being initiated at the proposal of Florin Iordache. Ciolos denied the information that this law was voted for by the government he led, and held that the Ciolos government proposed another form of law, unrelated to the one initiated and adopted by PSD.