Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Tuesday that the evolution of novel coronavirus case numbers has prompted the postponement of other relaxation measures, announcing that he will support in the Government the proposal put forth by the National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU).
“It is a figure that makes us stay on guard, stay focused and mobilized so as to implement the measures we have taken, as the evolution of the number of cases has led us to postpone other relaxation measures. (…) There is a Government meeting on Wednesday, but I am not like other prime ministers who vote one way as prime minister and another way as a parliamentarian. I voted as chairman of the National Committee for Emergency Situations for the proposal made by CNSU and I will support in the Government the adoption of the proposal put forward by the respective committee,” Orban said.
The Prime Minister made these statements after a visit to the ALRO Slatina Plant.
I demand CNSC to swiflty solve tender challenge in case of masks for vulnerable persons
Prime Minister Ludovic Orban believes the challenge to the tender for the purchase of masks for vulnerable people is not grounded, asking the National Committee for Solving Challenges (CNSC) to swiftly solve this case.
“I demand the National Committee for Solving Challenges to solve with celerity, not to wait the 20 day term, and grant an absolute priority to solving this challenge. In my opinion, the challenge is not grounded, the masks have been purchases depending on the price – 0.68 lei – and the second criterion was the delivery term – the delivery term agreed was 7 days. The challenging company hasn’t shown its capacity to deliver within the term established in the tender documentation. I find it a trouble-seeking challenge. I demand the CNSC to swiftly solve this challenge,” the PM said after a visit to the ALRO Slatina Plant.
He explained that the 50 mask packages are devoted to vulnerable persons.