PM Grindeanu: Political situation to be solved next week, constitutionally and by observing all laws

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The political situation will be solved next week, constitutionally and by observing of all laws, Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu stated on Friday at Victoria Palace.

"I am not sure. As I have told you yesterday [Thursday], everybody is at work. The political situation will be resolved next week, constitutionally and by observing all laws. This is how the rule of law operates and this is how a member state of the European Union works, as Romania is. I wish for this period of political instability to end as fast as possible, so that we can offer stability guarantee to investors, to the ones who want to come and invest in our economy," Grindeanu told a joint press conference with his counterpart of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel, responding to whether or not he explained to his counterpart the reason why he is "alone at the Government" and why "the other ministers have left."

Grindeanu added that it's currently essential for a message of confidence to be conveyed.

"It's essential to do this thing, essential to convey confidence, and this thing will be done next week and through constitutional means," said Grindeanu. AGERPRES (RO — author: Daniel Florea, editor: Florin Marin; EN — author: Rodica Ionita, editor: Corneliu-Aurelian Colceriu)

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