The Parliament ends the extraordinary session this week on July 19; this means that until either a new extraordinary sitting is called, or the autumn ordinary session begins, the Government cannot adopt Emergency Ordinances.
On July 11, in an interview for Antena 3, PSD Chairman Liviu Dragnea presented a scenario that is nothing short of a ‘revolution’: “Romania needs more than a fiscal reconciliation, more than a fiscal pacification, it needs a general one, political and social. (…) Romania needs a new beginning, we must look forward, otherwise we will remain prisoners of the past. I do not know if we are capable, because I do not know if the rest have my courage, the courage to accomplish what we promised to do.”
Dragnea argued that Romania needs a “clean slate” when it comes to the judicial system, taxation and economy. By that Dragnea referred to the legislative package on the reform of the judiciary, and on the expected fiscal amnesty. The PSD leader was followed suit by ALDE President Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu who echoed the same concerns.
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