WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT April 16th - 24th, 2020
Prime Minister Ludovic Orban has stated on April 23rd that local elections may be held in September, and parliamentary elections may be held in December. Depending on the status of the Covid-19 pandemic by then, the PM has even suggested that the vote through correspondence may be an option to use within the country as well, and even hinted at a ”well secured” electronic vote.


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WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT April 3rd - 10th, 2020
As announced and expected, President Klaus Iohannis extended the emergency state for an additional 30 days. Three parties have tried to impose conditions for seeing it through Parliament: ALDE; ProRomânia and PSD.


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WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT April 3rd - 10th, 2020
Marcel Ciolacu sent a letter on Sunday, April 5th, to the presidents of PNL, USR, UDMR, Pro România, ALDE, PMP and the leader of the group of minorities in the Chamber of deputies, urging the leaders to sit down and discuss a plan for Romania, to see the country through the period of social and economic crisis.


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WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT March 27th - April 3rd, 2020
The situation has quickly deteriorated due to the Covid-19 epidemic, with the county of Suceava having been closed down and its county hospital being put under military administration, with colonel Daniel Derioiu taking command from the former administration. Under poor prior management, 90 of the staff have contracted the disease and soon more doctors and nurses from other parts of the country have started protesting poor working conditions and lack of material resources to conduct their duties, mainly referring to protective gear.


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WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT March 20th - 27th, 2020
Following the state of emergency decree, measures have taken a step up, and so have infections. According to the latest data, Romania has 1292 confirmed cases, passing the threshold initially established for new measures. The Government has been taking action and currently, a lockdown is in effect, with people being able to leave their homes only to buy groceries, work, tend to the needs of pets or do sports alone.


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