The new Cabinet shouldn’t have included discredited politicians, said invitees to the program “Politica” produced by TV7 channel. According to them, the political crisis wasn’t overcome, but only postponed, IPN reports.
Ion Dron, head of the Center of Initiatives and Public Authorities Monitoring, said the early elections in 2014 are unavoidable, while the new Government was formed as a result of the pressure exerted from outside “It is demoralizing that persons with criminal cases started against them continue to form part of the Cabinet. I’m curious to see how the National Anticorruption Center will act further,” said Ion Dron. According to him, Prosecutor General Corneliu Gurin should give a news conference to provide details about the criminal cases involving ministers.
Political analyst Oazu Nantoi considers that the new government coalition tried to avoid the early elections and to save the European course. “I hope Iurie Leanca’s behavior as Prime Minister will be different from that of Vlad Filat,” he stated.
The political crisis wasn’t overcome, but only postponed and the new Government will work until the Vilnius Summit, said journalist Liliana Vitu. She considers that there was selective justice in the case of the tapping of government officials’ phones.
Political analyst Victor Gurau said the new Government will consist of ‘puppets’ that will do what they will be told to. “The institutional blockage will expand. The early elections are inevitable,” he stated.
Political analyst Igor Botan, who is the executive director of the Association for Participatory Democracy ADEPT, said the new Government will have the same circuit, but the fuses will be changed. He considers that the political struggles will go on, but behind the scenes.
The new Cabinet was voted in on May 30 by the votes of 58 MPs out of 101.