Romania’s President not concerned “at all” about political turmoil
The president of Romania is unconcerned about the political turmoil that has been going on in his country. He went so far as to say he was “not concerned at all,” according a report from Reuters this morning, and suggested it would not affect him or his party’s agenda over the next year.
The Romanian President says he isn’t worried about what’s going on with their government being thrown into disarray by issues such as corruption scandals and legislative failures because they’re still keeping up an ambitious work schedule for 2018 regardless!
The president of Romania is not at all concerned about political turmoil. The country’s Prime Minister, Sorin Grindeanu, has found himself in the midst of controversy after he introduced an executive order that would have decriminalized certain corruption offenses. Protesters swarmed Romanian streets because they believed this bill was aimed to protect corrupt officials from prosecution; it also undermined anti-corruption efforts by the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA). Despite these protests and pressure for him to resign, “I am very calm because I know what we did over last month” said President Klaus Lohannis on Sunday night. “We were working hard day and night.” He further stated that no matter how many people protested against his government or even if parliament votes down