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PM Ponta: Biggest problem is we have approved projects, but fail to spend money
23.08.2014, 09:06 | Finance-Banks | 675 views

Prime Minister Victor Ponta, during a visit to this eastern Romanian Danube River port city on Friday urged the local mayors to legally and quickly spend the funds they have available.

‘The biggest problem is that while we have already approved projects, we fail to spend the money. Tenders are being called, they are being challenged, everybody comes to inspect and nobody wants to sign anything any longer. Everybody avoids signing so that they might no longer be afterwards questioned about why had they signed. I ask you to spend the money legally, as fast and as best as possible! Tulcea (county) mayors should be aware they have a special road to travel, since nothing has been invested in the county for very many years’, Ponta said in the opening of a ceremony handing in several funding contracts under the National Local Development Programme (NLDP).


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