Progress Report on Fiscal Policies June 8 - 12, 2017
On Tuesday, June 13, Presidential spokesperson Mădălina Dobrovolschi announced that President Klaus Iohannis received the Unified Wage Bill on Friday, June 9, and that the law is analyzed by the Presidential Administration, no decision on the subject being taken yet. Minister of Labor Lia Olguța Vasilescu also announced that if President Iohannis decides to resubmit the bill, the Parliament would adopt it without debating or amending the draft bill.  


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, May 31 - June 8, 2017
The topic of a potential Government reshuffling reemerged this week within the ruling coalition, as the gap between PM Sorin Grindeanu and party leader Liviu Dragnea seems to deepen by the day. On Sunday, June 4, Bucharest Mayor Gabriela Firea openly criticized the Cabinet led by Sorin Grindeanu, and did not shy away from labeling it as "worse than the technocrats." More so, Firea also gave an insight into the relationship between Dragnea and Grindeanu, highlighting that the Prime Minister does not seek advice from the party "as much as he used to." Firea's statements brought a new chapter to the reshuffling affair, and put pressure directly on PM Grindeanu, kindling speculations over his possible replacement. On Wednesday, PSD's Niculae Bădălău stated that he does not exclude the prospects of Grindeanu being replaced. In response, PM Grindeanu stated that he fails to grasp the reasons behind such internal tensions.


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Weekly Policy and Political Report May 29 - June 7, 2017
The topic of a potential Government reshuffling reemerged this week within the ruling coalition, as the gap between PM Sorin Grindeanu and party leader Liviu Dragnea seems to deepen by the day. On Sunday, June 4, Bucharest Mayor Gabriela Firea openly criticized the Cabinet led by Sorin Grindeanu, and did not shy away from labeling it as "worse than the technocrats." More so, Firea also gave an insight into the relationship between Dragnea and Grindeanu, highlighting that the Prime Minister does not seek advice from the party "as much as he used to." Firea's statements brought a new chapter to the reshuffling affair, and put pressure directly on PM Grindeanu, kindling speculations over his possible replacement. On Wednesday, PSD's Niculae Bădălău stated that he does not exclude the prospects of Grindeanu being replaced. In response, PM Grindeanu stated that he fails to grasp the reasons behind such internal tensions.


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Progress Report on Fiscal Policies, May 30- June 7, 2017
On May 31st, a press release issued by the Ministry of Economy announced that industrial production was the main output to Romania’s economic growth rate, with a 7.3% y.o.y increase. According to the document, the growth is mainly generated by the processing industry, which increased by 7.9%. A total of 29,000 new jobs were created in Q1 of 2017, the document also shows.  


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, May 24-31, 2017
At this point, the reshuffling proposed by Dragnea meets the reluctance of PM Grindeanu, who would not replace members of the cabinet just six month into the term and after the reshuffling that took place after the February street protests. Sources from PSD stated for Adevărul daily that Dragnea and Tăriceanu proposed a shortlist which includes: FinMin Viorel Ștefan, MoH Florian Bodog, MinEdu Pavel Năstase, MinDef Gabriel Leș, as well as Ministers of Justice and Energy, Tudorel Toader and Toma Petcu. Quoted political sources stressed that the reshuffling has become a bone of contention in the relationship between PM Grindeanu and the PSD-ALDE ruling coalition. On the other hand, the same political sources brought president Klaus Iohannis into the picture, arguing that the PSD-ALDE majority would be unable to replace PM Grindeanu unless Iohannis accepts it, and there are signs that the President would not.


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