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The Humanist Party in Romania (HPR) wants a smaller Parliament

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15 Iul 2004 - 00:00

POLITICS - July 15 2004

Tuesday night, during the meeting with the Romania President Ion Iliescu the HPR delegation, headed by its president Dan Voiculescu, suggested the reinforcement of the uninominal vote, a smaller number of congressmen and the enforcement of an article in the Romanian legislation (…)

(…) through which the members of the government wouldn’t be aloud to be also deputies or senators. "The explanation is simple and we said it before: one cannot perform to things well at the same time. In what concerns the uninominal vote, this would guarantee the election of individual values and not of some parties’ lists. This latter method, that has been used by now didn’t prove to be in favor of the development of the Romanian society in the last 14 years", stated the humanist president, Dan Voiculescu.

POSSIBILITY. Also taking part in the meeting with the chief of the state, the mayor of Bacau, Romeo Stavarache, stated that he might give up on his mayor mandate. "It is very hard to talk about continuity in administration when you find the City Hall’s treasury empty for the following two years", said Stavarache to the President. Dan Voiculescu announced that there is a possibility that the Permanent Bureau of HPR would consider the transfer of Stavarache’s mandate. The HPR leader explained that the people trusted a lot in Romeo Stavarache, and that is why he is "morally obliged" to give up if he cannot accomplish the things promised in the electoral campaign. (Carmen Vintila)

TAXATION SYSTEM

"The Romanian economy doesn’t place us among the countries to become EU members in 2007. In Romania there is an excessive taxation system, which affects directly the aboriginal capital, the enterprisers. I told the President that for now the enterprisers are more "stimulated" to invest in Bulgaria than in Romania. Without any urgent measures concerning the fiscal relaxation the Small and Medium Enterprises might disappear" - Dan Voiculescu, the HPR president.
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