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Dan Voiculescu, propositions for the new political waive

13 Noi 2015   •   13:09
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Professor Dan Voiculescu writes on his personal blog about how the future political class in Romania should look like. According to him, the upcoming elections should aim at reaching the young people, especially those who meet the performance criteria in their professional life and the responsibility criteria in their private life.

Professor Dan Voiculescu argues that he has been long sharing the young people’s ideals who ask that Romania be free from political pressure, blackmail, hate, incompetence, amateurism, improvisation and corruption, and to revert to a healthy and civilized society able to support a growing economy .

I have seen over the past decade how young people say nothing, "disgusted" and "skeptical" and how someone who believes that politics is about speaking loud, long and aggressive becomes their leader, some of them failing morally and as managers with the constant of Swiss watch. Every day, the Romanian nation vehement calls for a fundamental change in the political class. Sooner or later, the nation will have their way.

Source: Dan Voiculescu’s blog

The professor pledges that in the upcoming local and parliamentary elections, it would be normal to see those who have demonstrated something, who built their own lives, those who generated ideas or something lasting and solid.

Specifically, I propose to those who took to the streets and demanded a change - on the one hand, and of the new political parties - on the other hand, a paradigm shift in which a political party abandons party interests and takes on competing candidacies in the local elections on the basis of pre-announced criteria aimed at: competence, expertise and financial autonomy, all based on previous actions, not words.
Source: Dan Voiculescu’s blog

According to Professor Dan Voiculescu, the young people should be included on the elections list who meet the performance criteria in their professional life and the responsibility criteria in their private life.