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Romania: Nearly 74,000 public employees made redundant

13. August 2010. | 07:26 07:27

Author: Agerpres

The Government has passed normative acts under which nearly 74,000 public employees will be made redundant, Prime Minister Emil Boc reported.

The Government has passed normative acts under which nearly 74,000 public employees will be made redundant, Prime Minister Emil Boc reported.

'The restructuring of the state and the state apparatus has reached the finish line. As we have already announced, we now have normative acts published with the Official Gazette for the discarding of 73,956 public positions in addition to the ones unveiled by the ministers.

This is a very painful process, yet very necessary to the country in order to nullify the budgetary disbalance of the past 20 years that surged in 2007-2008,' said Boc.

He also reaffirmed the Government's pledge to take further austerity measures to reduce the deficits. 'The Government does not hold back from passing these laws with obvious political costs but with long-term benefits for politicians as well, and particularly for the country,' said Boc.


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