The basket, warning. What will happen to the bills: The system will FALL! DECREASES the quality of life! One in four Romanians is below the POVERTY line

Professor Mircea Coșea made statements about the heat bills, about poverty and about what will happen in Romania in the next period.

Professor Mircea Coșea spoke about the problem of heat bills this winter, about how Romanians will manage and what will follow. According to him, the situation is particularly serious, and a family living in a three-room apartment will end up paying almost 1,000 lei per month on heat bills.

Moreover, the expert claims that the bills will be so high that some Romanians will not be able to simply pay them and then there will be a risk that the system will fall, because they will not be able to recover their expenses, and the main reason why got here is because the authorities did not bother to implement a heating strategy.

“I ask myself one question: what are we doing this winter? Subsidies are something that needs to be used less and less in a society that claims to be a market economy. The problem is: are we a free market economy? When the Parliament and the Government, the previous one, made some efforts that I welcomed then: it introduced the law for the protection of the vulnerable consumer, they capped as they capped, it can be discussed, the prices, they decided to give certain compensations, things had begun to return to normal.

But this ANRE appears, which suddenly increases the prices, there are other elements of the price that now appear in the bill and which are cogeneration prices, and suddenly we are in an officially known situation today in which the price of heat for a three-room apartment goes from 400 lei to 980 lei. Do you realise? At 980 lei!

Statistics officially say that one in four Romanians is below the poverty line. This will lead to the fall below this line of about two more Romanians, meaning that we will end up in a poverty that is difficult to manage “, Mircea Coșea declared, live on B1 TV.

“Many families will censor their consumption, which means that the quality of life is declining”

Mircea Coșea also said that some people will prefer to stay in the cold, and others will simply not pay the bills.

“We have to find a solution, or now it is very difficult for me to say what should be done because we can get into a situation with two important elements. There will be a self-censorship of consumption: many families will censor their consumption, this it means that the quality of life is declining, not the standard of living, but rather the quality of life, which is not allowed in the EU, at its values.The possibility is that some simply do not pay the bill. Then the system will fail to recover its expenseshe added.

What’s the explanation for the big heat bills

“The explanation starts from the lack of a deep reform in the heating system in Romania. What is the heating strategy in Romania, a country that has six cold months? Nobody has talked about it so far. After Moscow, we have the biggest system central heating and no longer works economically or technically.

Apartment plants want to be banned because they pollute. Very good and what do we do? We don’t have enough electricity to consume. Maybe in a few years, with the help of the Americans, we will build those power plants “, Mircea Coșea also declared.

What’s next? Mircea Coșea, warning

Finally, the economist then warned that the measures taken by politicians are valid only this winter, and from spring we practically return to the situation we are in now.

These coming months for me are unresolved issues.

Today is the end of November. We have three to four months in which these laws will cease to act. In April-May, we will be in the same situation as we were in September-October, that no measures are taken to reform or improve the system. So there has to be a national program. If we want an educated Romania, very good, but we must also have a heated Romania. How can God keep us warm, not return 30 years ago? “, Concluded Mircea Coșea.



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