Dorin Recean is a very good prime minister and will continue his work as head of the government. It is the opinion of the Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development Andrei Spinu. These statements were made after a number of politicians had openly hypothesized the resignation of Prime Minister Recean and the formation of a Spinu-led cabinet. The infrastructure minister assured that he works well in a team with the current prime minister and that the government’s goal is to achieve the promised results for the people.
According to Andrei Spinu, he returned to the government at the invitation of Prime Minister Dorin Recean and accepted the offer, as he has the necessary experience to manage infrastructure and regional development. According to Spinu, he had previously started projects that now have a finalized variant and ensure the country’s development.
“The conversation of returning to the government was brief. The Prime Minister made the proposal, the party discussed it, I accepted it. I accepted it because I had previous experience on infrastructure projects, on roads, on projects that, I think, were moving better than ever. We see roads being launched almost every week. I am back in government to do my job in the spheres I am responsible for,” Andrei Spinu said during the programme “Secretele Puterii” on JurnalTV.
Andrei Spinu refutes the information that appeared in the public space about the possible resignation of Prime Minister Dorin Recean after the general local elections this autumn. According to Andrei Spinu, he is not running for office of prime minister.
“There are a lot of rumors. We have a very good team with Prime Minister Dorin Recean. I consider him a very good prime minister. We are already seeing results, including in the field of state security. This is the main thing. All rumors are lies, falsehoods, we have a very clear goal. First of all, both the party’s goal is to win this election and the government’s goal is to achieve the results that people expect. Prime Minister Recan is not leaving, and I don’t see any reason why he should leave. I want to fulfil my mandate, which is very ambitious. We have set very high goals for ourselves and I will show results in these sectors in the coming period,” the Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development added.
The government under Dorin Recean was sworn in on 16 February 2023. On 17 July, Andrei Spinu returned to the government and headed the Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development, leaving the executive branch following the dissolution of the Gavrilita government.