Prime Minister Ludovic Orban on Sunday participates in the inauguration of the National Museum “Bratianu”, headquartered at Florica Villa, the former residence of the Bratianu family in Stefanesti.
The event took place on the occasion of the 145th anniversary since the establishment of the National Liberal Party.
Orban visited, on this occasion, the rearranged spaces of the museum.
On January 15, President Klaus Iohannis promulgated the law on the setting up of the National Museum “Bratianu,” which came into force on February 1.
“The National Museum “Bratianu” is to be established as a public institution of a national importance, legal entity, under the subordination of the Ministry of Culture, headquarters at the Florica Villa (the Bratianu-Florica complex), located in the Stefanesti locality, Arges county. The activity of the museum is financed by subsidies granted from the state budget, through the Ministry of Culture and own incomes. The museum is led by a manager designated through order of the Minister of Culture after his management project won the contest. The organisation and functioning of the museum are regulated by the provisions of the Law on museum and public collections,” said the normative act.