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March 3, 2021
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President Iohannis: We’ll spend Easter holidays away from our loved ones, let’s make it together

President Klaus Iohannis said on Thursday that the Easter holidays would be spent in “atypical conditions”, away from their loved ones, and called on Romanians to make this effort.

“We are on the eve of Easter celebrations that this year we will spend in atypical conditions, most of us away from our loved ones. Let us make this effort together so that we can be back as soon as possible close to our parents, children and grandparents,” the president said in a statement at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace.

 

None of the persons that in this period committed irregularities should think they’re safe

 

President Klaus Iohannis also stated, on Thursday, that no person that committed “irregularities” in this period should think they’re safe, believing they’ll evade the rigors of the law.

“There are many local authorities led by worthy people, regardless of the political party they come from. There are people of good faith, who left the partisan interest aside, people who are collaborating openly with the civil society, with the economic millieu, in order to find the best solutions at the level of the communities they live in. But, unfortunately, we have negative examples. I trust that the competent authorities will remain vigilant and will analyze each notice and each irregularity. None of those who, in this difficult period, committed irregularities should think they’re safe, believing they’ll escape the long arm of the law,” said the president, at the Cotroceni Palace.

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