“The motion was like a visit to the museum. At the Museum of Communism. Petre Daea, a collective farm communist protected by Ciolacu, Ciucă and Kelemen. PNL, PSD and UDMR defended Daea as a precious legacy of the communist regime. The USR motion revealed the remnants of communism in the Romanian government and Parliament. PNL, PSD and UDMR do not want to understand that Daea’s place is at the CAP, at the kolkhoz, at the IAS, but not at the head of the agriculture of a country in the European Union. With Daea as minister, it is not known who got rich from the import of Ukrainian grains. Because of whom the Romanian farmers complain that they are left with the harvest in the silos. With Minister Daea, our agriculture barely survived last year’s drought”, writes Bogdan Rodeanu on Facebook.
With Daea as minister, adds the USR deputy, Romania imports food “unexpectedly”.
“Everything for intermediaries, almost nothing for producers. With Minister Daea, the flower bouquet, the Easter lamb and the Christmas pig are becoming memories for more and more Romanians. With Daea as minister, the European Union is asking Romania to make correct documentation and submit it on time to obtain financing for farmers. With Daea as minister, it prospers
Daea’s place is neither in the Government nor in the Parliament, but in the Central Committee of the PCR. PSD, PNL and UDMR defended a Pecerist, taken from the museum of communism. Petre Daea’s agriculture is the agriculture of Pecerist secretaries”. concludes Rodeanu.
On Tuesday, the deputies debated the simple motion initiated by USR and Forza Dreptei, “From the granary of Europe to the shame of Europe. Minister Daea knowingly destroys Romanian agriculture”, and the vote will be given in Wednesday’s plenary session of the Chamber of Deputies.
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