Grosu to Dragalin: Less Complains, More Action

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Parliamentary Speaker Igor Grosu urged the head of the Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office to complain less and work more. This time Igor Grosu responded after Veronica Dragalin had said she disagreed with the vote of MPs, decided to revise the powers of the APO and the NAC, reports. “It is good that she is active and eloquent, but she must understand one thing - you have to come, bring arguments, less emotion, more arguments, and then we are open to initiatives. A piece of advice to those who run institutions, a reasoning like ‘I don’t have the legal framework that allows me to prove myself and work one hundred per cent’ is, unfortunately, a false path. There has never been and never will be a perfect legal framework. Do not take offence, but work with the legal framework that you have. You see that an obstacle has appeared, a legislative blockage - come, argue, adapt. My request is that we complain less and work more, it really helps,” Grosu said. At the end of July, the Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office criticized an amendment registered in parliament changing the competence of the agency. According to the APO, the change would result in the transfer of about 500 corruption cases from the management of the Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office to other prosecutor’s offices that lack necessary training and experience to handle these cases. The institution urged MPs not to vote on the amendment. Then Igor Grosu advised Veronica Dragalin not to interfere in political activities.