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Unions: Battles in the political jungle chase away investors and undermines the credibility of Romania

2012-07-04 13:11:27

National Trade Union Bloc (BNS) requires Romanian president, party leaders and members of Parliament to stop the savage battle for power that is threatening democracy and economic and social stability more fragile, chasing away the investors. According to BNS, all costs "of the war on life and death among political leaders will be borne by the population in the most concrete way possible."

"Battles of the political jungle chase investors, undermines the credibility of Romania in relation to financial institutions and international banking, affects trust of European institutions and not least embarrass 22 million Romanian citizens, robbed of dignity and hope," said the source. National Trade Union Bloc accuses the entire political class of "crass lack of respect for voters". From left to right, party leaders and parliamentarians, heads of institutions, government and opposition to the heap, all have removed in 2008 and to date, the interests and aspirations of ordinary people, says BNS.

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