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State Basescu

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Autor: Adrian Năstase 14 Mai 2008 - 00:00

The D-LP looks like a trade company that survives on loans. It doesn’t have any money, because it belongs to the Basescu Bank. If the bank goes well, the party goes well as well. A few days ago, the banker decided to give more money. We are during the electoral campaign, it is the time for political investments.



The D-LP looks like a trade company that survives on loans. It doesn’t have any money, because it belongs to the Basescu Bank. If the bank goes well, the party goes well as well. A few days ago, the banker decided to give more money. We are during the electoral campaign, it is the time for political investments.

On the first stage, the President found himself talking about campaign arrangements and everybody froze. What does he mean? Is he angry at his fellows? Did he have a fight with Blaga? The second stage appeared. A business lunch at the end of which he gave explanations. He says the arrangements refer to guys like Pavelescu or Gusa. We calmed down. The President set an entire country on fire by babbling about candidates that don’t have the greatest chances.
Anyway, we have to remind that Pavelescu and Gusa have been Basescu’s piles in the electoral campaign, when the two did have other statutes. Should we even wonder that Basescu reproached Oprescu for abandoning the city hall for the position of senator? Basescu also abandoned the city hall for the Presidency. There are rules for everyone. Doesn’t the President have to abide by the same rules?

Yes. Actually, this is the more and more paradoxical problem of the moment.

In his Sunday statements, Traian Basescu stepped on the presidential statute. After 1989, the Presidents have been suspected of inequality in situations a thousand times less guilty than this one. However, there has never been a President who promoted a certain candidate or party in the local or parliamentary elections. Now, this happens due to a person who became president because he swore to defend the Romanian Constitution. A person who always says he can’t stand the “dirty” politicians who overestimate their positions.

The worse part is that the Romanians are used to that. “It’s Basescu, don’t you know him? Why should we even wonder?” The Romanian President has become a brand for off-hand, natural and popular illegalities. He drinks and drives his car, he causes accidents, he swears, he insults the minorities. All of these in the name of Europe, justice, and hatred towards the boorish and corrupt politicians.

Even the politicians or the analysts struggled to condemn the presidential act with a smile in the corner of their mouth. “It’s Basescu, don’t you know him?” Illegality tends to become a model agreed with resignedly. At the highest level in the state.

I was watching all of this and I was remembering an old joke. Two dandy men were sitting on a bench in the park and chatting wisely. At a certain moment in time, a strange person appears and slaps one of the two. The other one stands up and says: “I bet you don’t have the courage to do that again!” The slapping repeats. Then, he adds: “Let’s go! Can’t you se he is crazy?” When the slapping repeats every day, one cannot tell for sure where Congo is.
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