“Today I introduced in the legislative circuit a draft law aimed at administrative-territorial reform, more precisely a vision comprising three central points of this extremely thorny subject: the merging of counties, the minimum population thresholds of communes and cities, and access to public services in the localities where the town halls would be merged. It’s a topic I’ve been working on for a long time and which has a lot of technicalities, but which in one form or another must enter the official debate of the legislature once and for all”. the deputy wrote in a post on Facebook.
He accuses the governing parties of not being interested in Romania’s administrative reform.
“It’s a very sensitive subject that the entire political class is running away from, especially the PSD-PNL-UDMR coalition that keeps the baronized country fixed starting from the excessive administrative fragmentation of Romania”, adds Tudor Benga.
The deputy believes that there is a need to reduce the number of counties from 41 (plus Bucharest) to 12.
“I will return in more detail both to the logic of the thresholds (5,000 for communes and 10,000 for cities) and the merging of counties (12 in number) in the coming days, but as I have said countless times, I believe that Romania cannot fulfill its potential development without a deep reform of the state, and the administrative-territorial one is one of the most important”, concluded deputy Tudor Benga.
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