“The ordinance is to be presented next week in the coalition and when the Ministry of Finance will present all the data and we will analyze them and agree together with the coalition partners, immediately, that it will be at the government meeting on Wednesday or in a subsequent government meeting, it is certain that next week we will adopt this ordinance which, once again, provides for an ordinance regarding the expenses from the budget, and here we are referring to goods and services, we are referring to the reduction of expenses for the purchase of motor vehicles and furniture and other expenses that are not the subject. We can continue to operate and administer the country without these expenses. And, of course, where it will be necessary, why do I say necessary, because there are institutions that have already, through the annual budget, provided tuition figures and there we cannot stop enrollments, but in the institutions where it will not be absolutely necessary to continue occupying the positions and those will be stopped. So, next week”, said Nicolae Ciucă on Friday.
He stated last week, at the beginning of the Government meeting, that through the emergency ordinance to reduce budget expenditures “we do nothing but reduce and postpone those expenditures that are not absolutely necessary.”
For his part, Marcel Ciolacu said that the coalition did not discuss freezing the salaries of budget officers.
Prime Minister Nicolae Ciucă announced in April that he requested spending cuts in the ministries.
The Minister of Finance, Adrian Câciu, said that “the hole in the budget is in no case 20 billion lei”. He states that the slowdown in revenue collection amounts to 4.7 billion lei compared to the schedule.
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