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Eduard Novak, the proposed candidate for the position of Minister of Sports, who cleared hearings at a joint meeting of Parliament's select committees, declared, on Wednesday, in an interview for AGERPRES, that during the new term he wishes to implement a project named "Golden League" that could bring Romania between 8 and 10 medals at the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.
He explained that the Golden League project will be budgeted separately and 11 disciplines will found themselves within, that will have the highest chances of obtaining important results during the Olympic Games. According to the draft, athletes from these disciplines will enter a centralized training, having the best specialists in the field at their disposal.
Novak mentioned that from his standpoint separating the youth portfolio from the Ministry of Sports is a positive aspect, because thus he can focus on implementing the National Sports Strategy, as well as developing a new Law of Sports.
Regarding the budget of the Ministry of Sports for 2022, the paralympic champion in cycling revealed that he wishes for it to be larger than the Ministry of Youth and Sport's in 2021. He also revealed that for the first time, the Romanian Football Federation (FRF) will be among the federations that will benefit from budget money.
Eduard Novak, a ministerial candidate nominated by Prime Minister-designate Nicolae Ciuca, on Wednesday cleared hearings at a joint meeting of Parliament's committees on education, science, youth and sports for a new term in office at a new Ministry of Sports that resulted from decoupling it from the former Ministry of Sports and Youth.
Novak received 17 votes for and 5 against, alongside three abstentions.
Member of the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) as of August this year, Novak (45 years old) is a cycling paralympic champion and was the chairman of the Romanian Cycling Federation.
Starting with December 24, 2020, Eduard Novak was at the helm of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, in the Government of Florin Citu, dismissed following the vote of no confidence adopted by the Romanian Parliament on October 5, 2021.AGERPRES(RO - author: Marius Tone, editor: Mihai Tenea; EN - author: Catalin Cristian Trandafir, editor: Maria Voican)
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