Dodon criticises the Government: With such approaches, people not only don’t vote but they also leave the country

Autor: , in English / 24 octombrie, 2019, 12:40

The president Igor Dodon launched harsh criticism at some of the executives, accusing them of lack of professionalism and dedication.

During an interview for Noi.md, Dodon declared that the reduced turnout at the elections on the 20th of October „can be seen as a warning to the political class”.

„It’s bad that people stay at home and do not want to vote, but it is the politicians’ duty to earn the trust of the citizens, and to stop solving their problems only virtually, via plans written on paper and greatly presented on TV and Facebook, which are then forgotten in drawers”, commented Dodon.

He also states that even after the first 100 days of the Government’s activity, there is still „a passivity, even a strange indifference found in the activity of some ministries”.

„To illustrate: Especially now, when we deal with so many accidents, with many deaths and injured people, the response to these tragedies was a totally unconvincing plan from the Government. With such approaches we will wake up not only with people that are no longer voting, but there will generally be no more people in the country. Therefore, I believe that the signal given by the reduced turnout at the elections must be regarded as one by which the citizens see this vote as a radical change in the way the political class activates, the politicians being clearly told that if they want the citizens’ votes, first they must solve their problems and deal with their real priorities, not some imagined ones created in their offices. If you do not come to us then we do not come to vote for you, this could be the message of the citizens”, declared the head of state.

Dodon added that he hoped that after the local elections, a general analysis would me made on „what worked and did not work in these 4 months, then the politicians should take the necessary measures and get serious about their job”.

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