A strike with a song and many behind the scenes

The eager desire of the head of the union from the Bucharest Transport Company (called STB for short) and of the drivers to see the director Adrian Criț fired seems too targeted not to be dubious. Sounds like a mandatory condition for resuming work because the director does not have a hat. The categorical request of the strikers regarding the resignation is formulated by Vasile Petrariu, union leader but also PSD councilor in the General Council of the Capital. Being a PSD councilor, it is normal for the head of the STB union to be closer to Gabriela Firea than to Nicușor Dan.

Few people ask questions about the “kissing” of the union in the Capital with a political party. If the PSD protests, so does the union. If on the PSD window you can see how the Moon walks majestically in the sky, the same would float in the eyes of a union leader regimented at PNL. I have no doubt that the party leader who is a member of a party should wear party glasses, whatever they may be.

Because it concerns public transport in the largest city in Romania, I say that the man should be connected to both SRI and SPP! Not for nothing, but passengers would be safer, and drivers could report at the head of the line if they noticed something special or if they heard critical discussions among citizens. Wouldn’t such a collaboration be ideal for catching terrorists? As for spare parts business, they should also be purchased through a company of workers and the president of the union. In the worst case, the supply should contract quality spare parts from an SRI undercover firm. Would we be in a different situation to travel with better and better repaired buses !?

The question, however, is a simple one. Would you agree to travel in such a politico-syndicalist-informative-economic way? I say that such a pot of interests could dust any company in Romania. Yes, I would say that from Europe too!

Gabriela Firea also announced an attempt to become Madame Pandele again – “mayor of Bucharest” on the occasion of the next local elections. Is there or is there a link between the approach of PSD councilor Vasile Petrariu and the campaign strategy of the former mayor, also nicknamed “Madam Pandele”? The most suspicious thing comes from the fact that the strike started on about the same calendar pages that mention the relaunch of the intention to return to the Capital City Hall. The ears bent on the political backstage are sparked by the news that there are more agreements between PSD and PNL. And one of them would also contain an agreement to support Gabriela Firea and the PNL in the next elections for the Capital City Hall.

What does that mean? That Madame Pandele will try to revitalize at least part of the 24 deceased companies, that we will have more Otokar buses, that the transport company from Voluntari will continue to pope from the Capital budget, that the Voluntari team will relocate to the Capital and the Romanian metropolis will return to megaconcerts and other loans. As for the quality of life in Bucharest, it will increase dizzyingly until it reaches the level of Voluntari, where Madame Pandele also spends her nights.

The most terrible accusation of the union is not related to its political affiliation, but to the lack of toilets at the head of the Bucharest transport line. Diesel theft, salary increases and spare parts businesses are also on the list of claims.

In some places in the press, other information from the backstage of the STB, the one that was so “flourishing” during Gabriela Firea’s time, started to transpire. That is, other information is starting to circulate than the one launched on the market by the televisions and sites visibly in love with Madame Pandele.

According to Libertatea, which quotes Bucharest Bulletin, STB director Adrian Crit would have said:

“The union leader has incompatibilities. Large businesses in which he is involved, businesses with STB through the health center and various providers have been identified.

(…)Does it say anything about the theft of fuel where it is part, about the allocations made to benefit from additional salary rights for union leaders, the fact that salaries have doubled in the last four years, we have salaries 30% higher than Volunteers ”.

Therefore, while waiting for new information about the backstage of the Bucharest transport strike, all I have to do is invite you to keep an eye on Otokar (the green ones, with bellows, which crawl almost empty towards Henri Coanda Airport) and to think carefully if you want to travel with other Turkish means of transport.

For example, with bicycles or scooters produced by the same industry so dear to Gabriela Firea!

Source: Cotidianul RO by www.cotidianul.ro.

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