Prime Minister Ludovic Orban on Wednesday asked the ministers to submit “as soon as possible” the reports on the fields under their coordination related to the measures adopted during the state of emergency, so that a final document on the way the government acted may be finalised by the weekend and then submitted to Parliament.
“I am urging all ministers to submit the reports requested by Vice Prime Minister Turcan. So, we need to prepare the report to Parliament on how the government has acted in the two months of the state of emergency. As such, my request to the ministers that have to add to their reports is do it as soon as possible, so that by the end of the week as the vice prime minister and I we have set to finalise the report,” Orban said at a meeting of the government.
Draft emergency ordinance establishing some active measures after 1 June, at first reading in Gov’t meeting
Prime Minister Ludovic Orban showed on Wednesday, at the beginning of the Government meeting, that the draft emergency ordinance establishing some active measures after 1 June will get the first reading.
“We have introduced it for a first reading. Pay attention, it should come into force before 1 June, because it basically regulates the matter of the active measures that we are taking such as maintaining furlough, new active measures after 1 June, which means that it should come into by 1 June. Thus, we have introduced it for a first reading and we’ll carry out a meeting tomorrow or the day after tomorrow,” PM Orban said.
The clarifications came after the Labour Minister representative mentioned that the bill has been drafted, but the social partners made numerous proposals related to it.
“We have the draft emergency ordinance establishing some active measures after 1 June, which is why we need to have this draft law’s first reading, because, yesterday, we received many proposals from the social partners related to it. It undergoes approval. It will produce its effects,” the Ministry representative said.
Executive to debate normative act to improve regulation for IMM Invest Programme
Government is set to debate a normative act regarding the improvement of the regulation of the IMM Invest Programme, Prime Minister Ludovic Orban stated at the beginning of the government meeting on Wednesday.
“I called this meeting, rather as an emergency, to say so, because we need to prepare several normative acts. First of all, we need to improve the regulation of the IMM Invest Programme,” said Orban.
Minister of Public Finance Florin Citu also added that the new provisions will lead to the elimination of “two barriers” that were identified during the talks with the financial-banking system.