Conclusions on agencies’ streamlining to be presented in upcoming Govt meeting

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Premier Emil Boc has met on Saturday, at Victoria Palace (Govt. headquarters), representatives of six ministries, the talks being focused on the reforming of governmental agencies under their control, and the decisions are to be made public on Wednesday’s Government meeting.

The Premier discussed, in turn, with representatives of the ministries of Communication, Health, Agriculture, National Defence, Youth and Sport, as well Transport. They submitted PM the list of agencies set to be dismantled or merged.

On Sunday, Emil Boc is to meet ministers and state secretaries from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of Labor, Family and Social Protection, Ministry of Justice and Citizens Freedoms, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Administration and Interior.

Premier Emil Boc is to debate on Sunday together with representatives of the Ministry of Public Finance and of the Ministry of Labor, Family and Social Protection the draft Law on single pay for the public employees.

On Friday, Emil Boc discussed agencies’ restructuring with the Minister of Culture and Religious Cults, Teodor Paleologu, Finance Minister Gheorghe Pogea, Minister for Regional Development and Housing Vasile Blaga, Minister for SMEs, Trade and Business Environment Constantin Nita.

The Executive debated in its Wednesday meeting the agencies’ streamlining, establishing that some will be dismantled, others will be incorporated into the respective ministries’ structures, others will be merged and those set to further operate independently will cut wages or staff, depending on the specificity.

The Prime Minister announced he was to meet, during the week-end, each minister to discuss agencies’ restructuring, so that a normative act could be drawn up by August 14.

Emil Boc gave assurances that the Executive will take all necessary measures, to bring things „under control” and the pay to be a „decent” one, „in line with performances”.

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