October 19, 2018

ALDE Chairman Tariceanu says ALDE isn’t reshuffling anyone
Oct 19, 2018

ALDE Chairman Tariceanu says ALDE isn’t reshuffling anyone.
Chairman of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) Calin Popescu-Tariceanu told a press conference in Bistrita that none of the party's ministers will be reshuffled. "The ALDE isn't reshuffling anyone. (...) Each party carries out its own assessment of ministers who are the party's representatives in the Government," Tariceanu stated. According to the ALDE leader, the activity carried out by the party's ministers is satisfying, following the assessments that were made. "I can never say that everything runs perfectly, neither in respect to my colleagues nor as far as I am concern. There is room to do better and more, but, generally speaking, their activity so far was considered to be satisfactory, based on the assessments made - ie not the satisfactory mark on a scale of marks in which we have very good, good and satisfactory, but in the context of a generic statement. Namely, we carried out an assessment based on the objectives that they had, on the manner in which they completed their tasks and we commended their activity. Certainly, this doesn't mean and doesn't exclude, I carried out talks with each one - and my colleagues, too, I personally - so we were able to make comments through which they can improve their performance," Tariceanu stated. When asked whether or not an exchange of ministers between the ALDE and the Social Democratic Party (PSD) is possible, Calin Popescu-Tariceanu said that this topic hasn't been tackled. AGERPRES (RO - author: Tina Dumitrescu, editor: Diana Dumitru; EN - author: Rodica State, editor: Adina Panaitescu)
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