The Prime Minister of Romania, Florin Cîțu, has assumed the status of executor of series orders. His activity proves the collapse in force of some minimum standards, which are no longer even mimicked. The resemblance to public positions in the communist state is obvious. Listening to this prime minister, you get the impression that the whole economic policy of the world is in his hands, so that nothing seems to worry him, not even his mandate with an undercover stake. The interpretation of the connections generated by the global crisis is reversed, in the sense that, of course, Mr. Cîțu’s Romania is out of the world.
The recent foreign loans, which no one finds in the reality and logic of the economy, simply represent the costs of the prime minister’s throne, in the sense of the group he serves in a narrow sense. Without applicable economic solutions, neither for the crisis period, nor for a possible normalization, Prime Minister Cîțu is a landowner incapable of another institutional service. Romania is close to protests, probably unique to the post-communist period, and the prime minister turns out to be from a completely different platform. The lack of a government offer, as it should be shown by a reformist project, implicitly of perspective, attracts the certain impossibility of some solutions.
The certainties of the prime minister, without the availability of revisions, can be quite simply retained as the manifestations of an extremely dangerous political robot. As a direct consequence of irresponsible lending, amid a total lack of transparency, this behavior may be an indication of the disaster that will be in the management of European funds.
The self-confidence of the prime minister is the very installation of Romania in a crisis that he, not that he cannot approach, but he is politically and morally totally disinterested to do it.
The Cîțu government is entirely a shuttle of interests that are found in the underground social environment, already institutionalized and expanding through the palaces of power.
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