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Ciolacu, the new Dragnea. The PSD is gearing up for a private sector apocalypse in 2025, with the PNL eagerly playing the role of accomplice

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The pension law is a frontal attack by the PSD on the stability of Romania. In the midst of a budgetary drift, Marcel Ciolacu has pulled out of the hat a law with which he electorally deceives pensioners, just as Liviu Dragnea did in 2018. He wants to mortgage Romania’s budget for the following years, and President Klaus Iohannis and the PNL are kamikaze accomplices. And the state-party has the plan ready. Ciolacu has announced that in 2025 the fiscal reform will follow. For the private environment, this means one thing: taxes and duties that will hunch the capital and the private employees.

Through the pension increase movement, the PSD has pushed the PNL into a political trap. Initially, the Liberals growled just enough for the PSD to launch a communication campaign describing the PNL as an opponent of pension increases, painting a bad image for PNL among pensioners. Subsequently, the PNL agreed to the increases, annoying the right-leaning citizens. In just one week, the PNL came to be detested by both pensioners and the active public. It’s the perfect scenario for Ciolacu, who dreams of a presidential final with AUR in 2024.

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Ciolacu, the new Dragnea. The PSD is gearing up for a private sector apocalypse in 2025, with the PNL eagerly playing the role of accomplice

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