USR and Forţa Dreptei are right to demand the resignation of Petre Daea from the position of Minister of Agriculture. The two political formations submitted the simple motion entitled “From the granary of Europe to the shame of Europe.
Minister Daea knowingly destroys Romanian agriculture”, in which he shows that “agriculture must become a strong point of Romania, and for this to happen, a high-performing management at the top of the relevant ministry is needed. And for this to happen, Petre Daea must be dismissed and never, but never, returned to the head of the Ministry of Agriculture”.
Small observations must be made. First of all, Romania has not been the granary of Europe for a long time, since the time of the grandparents and great-grandparents of the USR and Right Force leaders.
Then, the two parties didn’t return from Spain the day before yesterday from picking strawberries, but were in government, USR as USR, and Forța Dreptei as a wing detached from PNL, and they could do much more for Romanian agriculture.
Beyond the situation created in the last year by the transit of grains from Ukraine that no longer reach the port to be shipped to North Africa and the Middle East, but are lost through our silos, fairs and bakeries, the problems of Romanian agriculture are old.
Romania, through its representatives, did not know, could not or did not want to negotiate with the European Union the level of subsidies as it should have been, and the Government in Bucharest did not pay due attention to agriculture.
Romania imports huge quantities of vegetables, fruits, raw milk and meat, but also dairy and meat products from countries where the agricultural sector is protected and encouraged by government policies. Romania imports apples and potatoes from Poland, meat from the Netherlands and milk from Hungary, to give just a few examples, because the leaders of these states knew how to raise the issue of European subsidies and because the governments consider the agricultural sector to be of particular importance.
Yes, Petre Daea must resign from the position of Minister of Agriculture, because, until the support measures promised by the Ciucă Government come into force, the farmers’ protests must have an end.
In a country where thousands of farmers protested in different places in the country, as Minister of Agriculture you have to resign, even if you were not explicitly asked to resign. As a result of the protests of the Polish farmers, the Minister of Agriculture in Poland resigned immediately and did not wait for the Opposition to run after him through the Parliament waving the text of a simple motion.
Yes, Petre Daea must resign, because he is not a minister for the year 2023. With Mr. Daea you can always go with nea Alecu to shear the sheep and the ram. Mr. Daea is destined to eat a tomato from a solar farm in Teleorman, to break an onion from a producer in Galaţi and to talk about raising cows with farmers from the Apuseni Mountains, still with Mr. Daea you cannot go to Brussels to talk to the officials from there about subsidies.
Even if Mr. Daea puts on a business suit, you can still see the marten border from his bun sticking out from under it.
Yes, Petre Daea must resign, but not by himself. In the current geopolitical context, the voice of a Minister of Agriculture, no matter where he is, is not heard in Brussels.
His voice must be accompanied by two more voices: that of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and that of the President. We do not hold Bogdan Aurescu, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, to account, because his lordship seems to have nothing to say.
Instead, the voice of President Klaus Iohannis, who assumed the role of sole coordinator of Romania’s foreign policy, should have been heard. However, the voice of Mr. Iohannis was not heard at all in the issue of Romanian farmers.
His lordship probably only eats imported products and, in addition, manages his vocal cords for important meetings of EU leaders, so that he can shout “Present!” when you are present and to be able to say “Yes!” or a “Yes!” pressed when asked about decisions made.
Yes, Petre Daea should resign, but not alone, but accompanied by Klaus Iohannis. However, neither one nor the other will resign, because it is not the time: Petrea Daea because Mr. Alecu would no longer have anyone to shear the sheep and the ram with, nor anyone to slaughter the Easter lambs with, and Klaus Iohannis because he did not there would still be someone who would look with concern at the existing situation on the border with Romania and who would hurry the Parliament to approve the “Educated Romania” project.
And it would be a shame if Mr. Ioahnnis left a Romania as uneducated as the one he found when he took over.
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