National chairman of the National Liberal Party (PNL) Florin Citu said on Monday that the finance minister will attend a meeting of the governing coalition to unveil a version of the state budget for next year, adding that the most important thing is for them to keep their commitments to Romanians, to the European Commission and to institutional investors.
“Today, we have to have in the coalition the first discussion on the budget; the finance minister will come before the coalition and unveil, I think, a version of the budget. We will see there how all the projects are financed. But to us it is important what we discuss today, what we discussed every time, also when drawing up the government agenda: keeping our commitments to Romanians, first and foremost, to the European Commission and to institutional investors. Romania has entered a correction course that corrects some of its past slippages, with an economy that relies more on investment, which has shown that it has more easily got through the crisis by following this paradigm. It is the thing that we care about and that we will continue to set as priorities,” said Citu.
Green certificate needs to pass as soon as possible, in order to have guarantee economy remains open
The National Liberal Party (PNL) still supports the adoption, as soon as possible, of the draft law regarding the green certificate, motivating that it is a measure that helps the economy and the vaccination campaign, said, on Monday, the Senate’s President, Liberal leader Florin Citu.
“It’s a law I initiated, together with the Interior Minister, I want it to pass. I keep hearing all sorts of variants. What I read, delays, ultimately, we must decide very clearly: do we or do we not want this green certificate. I have said it’s necessary. From my point of view, it’s a measure that helps the economy, because that way you have the guarantee that the economy remains open with this green certificate and you can have a vaccination campaign that could be successful. If delays are attempted, then we will see. We still support this draft law passing as soon as possible,” said Citu, when asked on the topic.
Compiled from Agerpres