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President Iohannis, at the swearing-in of new Minister of Education: Package of education laws must reach Government as quickly as possible. M Ciuca wants education laws reach Parliament by the end of this month

President Klaus Iohannis said on Monday at the swearing-in by Ligia Deca as Minister of Education, that the education laws must reach the Government as quickly as possible and that the Executive will have to present to the Parliament “a coherent, modern package.”

“We all realize that, if we talk about education, we are at a very important moment. I am confident that the ‘Educated Romania’ project will not only go forward, but it will go forward with new energies, and I believe with new support both from the political space, from the education space and from the public space in general. It is really a country project that Romania needs very much. A nation without a high-performing education system has little chance in today’s world, which is becoming more and more complicated. Madam Minister, not only you need encouragement, help and good professional people to work with, but the entire Government, because the package of laws will have to reach the Government as quickly as possible, who, through the voice of Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca, declared from the beginning that would take over this task and work on this package in such a way that a coherent, modern package it would be presented to the Parliament, which really lays the foundations of an education system for the 21st century in Romania,” said the head of state.

Iohannis congratulated Ligia Deca for taking over the position of minister.

The ceremony at the Cotroceni Palace was attended by the acting president of the Senate, Alina Gorghiu, the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Marcel Ciolacu, Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca, Deputy Prime Minister Kelemen Hunor and presidential advisors.

 

PM Ciuca wants education laws reach Parliament by the end of this month

 

Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca states that he will support Ligia Deca, the new Minister of Education, in finalizing the Educated Romania project, so that the new education laws reach Parliament by the end of the month.

“The new Minister of Education, Ligia Deca, will have my full support and that of the Government for the continuation of investment projects in education and for the finalization of the Educated Romania project, so that the new education laws reach Parliament by the end of this month,” the prime minister sent on Monday, on the Facebook page of the Executive.

He wished success to Ligia Deca in her new position.

“The solid experience and the substantial contribution to the debates occasioned by this project will provide added value to the reforms needed to modernize the education system, so that every child and young person has a chance at education,” Nicolae Ciuca added.

The last holder of the Education portfolio, Sorin Cimpeanu, resigned last Thursday.

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