Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, August 29 - September 12, 2018
On September 9, The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Liviu Dragnea, attended a talk-show on Antena 3 TV station where he mentioned the current pressing issues for the party (and for himself). The internal divide within PSD continued to grow after last week’s statements of Bucharest Mayor Gabriela Firea against Dragnea. The latter alluded that Firea was being manipulated and that it was completely unreasonable of her to ask for the resignation of Carmen Dan (Minister of Internal Affairs) without any evidence. Even though he stated that her position as mayor is not threatened, Dragnea reminded that he was the one that proposed and endorsed Firea’s candidacy for the City Hall.


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Fiscal Policies Review August 27- Sept 3, 2018
Following the Governments’ claim on August 24th that the President attempts to block the adoption of the first budget adjustment this year, by refusing to immediately convene the Supreme Council of Defense (CSAT), thus allegedly jeopardizing the complete and timely payment of pensions, allowances, salaries of public employees, as well as the provision of medical services and ensuring citizens' safety, the Presidency announced on August 24th that the Secretariat of the CSAT has already initiated the procedures for issuing a Council decision on the rectification of the state budget of the institutions with responsibilities in the field of national security for 2018. According to the same source, President decided to convene the CSAT on September 4th since the individual agreement of all Council members required by art. 6 par. (3) of the Law no. 415/2002 for issuing decisions has not been met. On the same date, President Klaus Iohannis declared that “the Government can pass any budget adjustment without CSAT’s notice […] with the exception of the field of national security.”


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, August 15 - 29, 2018
The Chamber of Deputies and the Senate are set to convene September 3rd (Monday) at 4:00 PM, thus signaling the start of the ordinary Parliamentary session for the second half of 2018. Between August 29 and September 2, the National Executive Committee of PSD is to convene in Neptun to trace lines of action for the upcoming year, since both presidential and European Parliament elections are to take place in 2019. The letter of PSD senator Ecaterina Andronescu requesting the resignation of Liviu Dragnea might also constitute a subject of discussion, as well as the evaluation of several Ministers’ activity in the current Gov’t. ALDE met on August 28 and on the agenda there have been new legislative proposals soon to be initiated, including the Law of Lobbying, since this type of activity is currently unregulated.


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Fiscal Policies Review August 20 - 27, 2018
            One month after PM Viorica Dăncilă announced the budget adjustment (August 2), and the Ministry for Public Finances put up for debate the Government Ordinance (August 6), the Gov’t still has not pass it. Met with harsh criticism by the Presidential Administration (PA) over the sums allotted to the Presidency, the adjustment still awaits CSAT’s notice. As announced on Friday, August 24, the Supreme Council of National Defense (CSAT) was summoned for September 4; the main point on the agenda, the budget adjustment.


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Fiscal Policies Review August 13 - 20, 2018
The budgetary adjustment was postponed for the third week in a row. The adjustment was first presented by PM Viorica Dăncilă although FinMin Teodorovici initially announced that it would be adopted by the end of July. Last Saturday (August 18) Darius Vâlcov, advisor to the PM, announced the new delay. The Government Ordinance on the adjustment needs the notice of the Supreme Council for National Defense (CSAT) which has to approve the budget of the Presidential Administration, as well as the budgets of the Intelligence Services, budgets that were cut down by the Dăncilă Gov’t. So far President Iohannis did not summon the CSAT. The PM alongside 1/3 of the Cabinet can summon the CSAT, however they need to agree with the President on the agenda.


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