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Bucharest, Oct 18 /Agerpres/ - The Social Democrat Party (PSD) believes it's "revolting" that on the day that Bucharest enters the red scenario, the members of the Government with Ludovic Orban at the helm "are preoccupied still with sharing spoils and elections."
"It's revolting that on the day the Capital enters the red scenario, the members of Government with Ludovic Orban at the helm are preoccupied with sharing spoils and elections. Orban forgot he was the Prime Minister of Romania and is having political meeting at the PNL [National Liberal Party] in order to place his politruks and criminals on the lists... Anisie, the catastrophic Minister of Education, is preoccupied today with getting on Orban's list and will tell parents tomorrow, when they're all already at work, what happens to their children... The Bucharest Prefect, the one that should convoke the Committee for Emergency Situations, is on holiday. He 'calmed' Bucharesters, telling them there's no rush... The deputy prefects are sleeping," say the Social Democrats in a Facebook post.
They add that Health Minister, Nelu Tataru, "is completely missing from the picture," just as the Public Health Directorates.
"In the meantime, those in HORECA [Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes industry - e.n.] - opened electorally, a month ago, closed down after the elections, then open again, are forced now to close definitively. All, in mockery! This is the government of [President Klaus] Iohannis. One in which chaos, indifference and lies rule," the PSD's message also shows. AGERPRES (RO - author: Dana Piciu, editor: Marius Fratila; EN - editor: Razvan-Adrian Pandea)
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