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Former PM Ciolos: We cannot risk Romania's future

Former Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos was present Sunday evening at the protest in Bucharest, on which occasion he argued that he considered joining the manifestations because "a limit is being reached."

2017-11-06 10:48:27

"I thought being here myself is important because a limit is being reached. It has been almost a year of governing with a very important economic growth potential," said Ciolos, according to Agerpres. "I believe we have missed many moments this year precisely because of the unpredictability and anarchy in decision, and moreover, this attitude towards justice doesn't do anything but weaken the trust of those who can invest in Romania and prevent them from doing it."

He underscored that Romania's wellbeing cannot be built "without a solid foundation of honesty, of integrity."

"That means Justice must do its job," the former premier added. He showed that Romania is going through a fortuitous time from an economic point of view.

"I have the impression that we are gambling with Romania's chance precisely by creating unpredictability. (...) We cannot risk Romania's future through such decisions. Today we announce one thing, tomorrow we go back on it, we announce something else. This is about people who are governing the country and who are sending signals and Romania is perceived by their behaviour. I believe that we must be clear about the path we want Romania to take and to follow through what we say we want to do," Dacian Ciolos pointed out.



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