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Government to approve decentralisation strategy, says PM Grindeanu

Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu said the Government on Wednesday will approve a decentralisation strategy, adding that all the objectives that can be assigned to the management of the local administrations should be transferred to their management, according to Agerpres.

2017-04-12 10:23:21

"I approve the decentralisation at the Government, which is a highly important step in what we have to do, although there are some sceptical ministers in my team; it is very hard for them to give up on certain things they believe belong to central administration's jurisdiction," said Grindeanu. "We will take this first step in terms of determination to approve this decentralisation strategy because the end of our tenure, entrusted to us by the citizens, should find us with the job done."

He went on to say that his Cabinet is determined to carry decentralisation through, and that he told the mayors he met that this is the moment when the process crosses talk into deeds.

"I asked the ministers and members of the governmental team that all things that can be devolved to the local public administrations, counties included, be transferred as swiftly as possible so that the managers of these objectives may do it certainly better than we do in Bucharest," said Grindeanu.

He added that as well as the decentralisation strategy to be approved under a governmental decision, a first draft of a decision under which the Tulcea boardwalk will be switched under the authority of the Tulcea County Council will also be approved.



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