Is our political spin stalling?

Our country is bathed in rain and political filth (a form of trickery in matter). It happens to others too, but the troubled man’s shirt here is older and patchier and fits much closer to his skin. I speak of “political mess” because the needs of the citizens are not the priorities of those who lead us, but only their interests. Occupying government posts comes first.

The position of minister also brings the right to decide and sign on the circulation of public money. Nothing else matters. These days, the hunted post is a criterion of life and death.

The strangest political coalition shows its weaknesses again. Finally, the inconsistencies in this forced and stupid bank are visible. The pesedist-liberal friendship (a non-existent criterion in politics) turns out to be a simple story to trick the citizens. Players return to interest. It repeats itself like the cake mold invoked, like the non-existent friendship between Victor Ponta and Crin Antonescu, which cracked at the first misunderstanding.

When the PNL asked for the consolidation of the elections, it was chosen with a categorical refusal. Alina Gorghiu struggled in vain to demonstrate the usefulness of a single date in the electoral calendar. He got a door in his nose. If the proposal for the merger came from one of the virile and reckless liberal politicians, he would surely have chosen with some kind of sictir.

The PSD chose the option useful for itself, catastrophic for the liberals. And he could not miss the opportunity to take a shot at dear friends whom he would rather see in a pit than in a coalition. The refusal also contains a signal. Marcel Ciolacu shows himself to be more sly than the puppets with ifoses from the PNL. He tactfully buries them. As proof, they are trying to leave the Liberals without the Ministry of Transport.

There is a rumor that the PSD would have consoled the Coalition “brothers” with a referral to the UDMR posts. Why not take Development, another important political “cash box”?

I am ready to believe this cynical exhortation to liberal indulgence. First of all, the UDMR (permanent government subscriber) counts for nothing more than a crumpled business card abroad. I would say not even there, after the European misunderstandings with Viktor Orban!

The exit of Kelemen Hunor during the negotiations leads to deeper misunderstandings in the Coalition. It is about fundamental incompatibilities. In addition, Marcel Ciolacu feels stronger and stronger. The PNL is increasingly desperate and incoherent, and the UDMR, to the joy of both parties, plays up its seriousness and duplicity with the same consistency. How could he not try a bigger slice of the power pie?

One thing I can’t imagine. How will the Americans get along with Marcel Ciolacu, Tudose, Paul St─ânescu and the Pandele clan? Do they support the left in Romania?

And how will the buzoian negotiate with Ursula from Brussels? Or until the Rotary Protocol is applied, is our political spin stuck somewhere?

Source: Cotidianul RO by

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