The German MEP Susanne Kastner voiced worry about the attitude of the banks in the European Union, which were saved by their national governments and which, currently, disregard the political class that assumed the costs of the public and budget support.
Susanne Kastner, who is an MEP and member of Germany’s delegation at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, made the above-mentioned declaration, in Bucharest, during a talk she held with Vice-President of the Senate Cristian Diaconescu, reads a release sent to Agerpres.
The two officials reiterated the importance of the stage debating the big security issues, on which the NATO Parliamentary Assembly will focus its attention, and described as excellent the political and parliamentary bilateral relations between the two states. The Vice-President of the Senate presented the political and economic situation in Romania and thanked the German partners for the political and economic partnership based on mutual trust and respect.
Susanne Kastner presented the domestic political situation in Germany and made a few remarks on the priorities the European bodies must have now and in the future. Kastner also said she was concerned about the reforms that are imperative in the European bodies, namely setting up an elected European government, an executive that should not depend on the national policies of the member states.