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All along with Adrian Nastase, back into the Middle Ages
The ordinance project of the Nastase government concerning the retrieving of debts of the local budget is making Romania turn back in time in the dark Middle Ages. As it was back then the person's debts which were not paid in time due were to be transferred to his heritors or to the next of kin who is living with the debtor.
The Union for the Romanian Reconstruction is demanding the first
minister and the minister of finances to explain what they were thinking
when they decided that any Romanian citizen can be deprived of his own
belongings only because a family member is less fortunate or skilled in
The measurement thought by the Nastase government is clearly representing
a fragrant abuse and contradicts the values of modern civilization, especially
individual responsibilities. URR admits, nevertheless, that this measurement
was absolutely to be expected from the Nastase government. It is quite
normal that a government that does not takes responsibility for the serious
errors it has committed, for the reform measurements it has not thought
over or for the moment capriccios which it turns into one day political
projects, to execute using force the Romanians for debts they do not own.
URR is demanding the Adrian Nastase government to give up this catastrophique way of governing which is seriously violating the individual rights of so many and is confusing the very functioning of the society. We are demanding to the PSD government members to round off their needs of personal enrichment and their expenses for the electoral campaigns of some other budgets then the national one or the citizen's private one. If PSD is not able to make reforms in the economical field and to assume their costs he has to find another way of ensuring popularity then by getting the country stuck in debts, or making an inventory of hundreds of new taxes, more and more absurd by the minute and confiscating the whole personal wealth for covering other peoples' debts.
Cosmin Alexandru, President