Every day, we face situations that can worsen the quality of every day life of citizens, especially those in Eastern Europe.
The political and economic situation in countries such as Romania and Bulgaria is largely due to bad governance, tax and economic measures that are not in line with what should be implemented to make these countries “stand up”.
Every day in Romania, the prices increase, the taxes and prices are rising, the rents are very high, so founding of a family and a home have become a luxury, that many of the citizens of this country do not afford.
On the other hand, working in slavery in Romania, wages are very low, according to the demands of every day life. For many of the Romanian people, spending a holiday is a luxury they can not afford. So low is the standard of living that many of the citizens of this country just live for the next day.
Currently, the Romanian works to pay its rates and “keep it up until next month”.
These were and are the political programs in our country that have succeeded in destroying the country and degrading the citizens’ living conditions.
The purchasing power is very low, the salary level, too.
Therefore, there is a clear disproportion between the asking price and the purchasing power, demand and supply are inversely proportional, and hence a whole causal chain that destroys the economy.
The interest rate in Romania is growing sharply quarterly. Many Romanian people emigrate, as they see themselves overcome by the economic and social difficulties they face in their country, others have two jobs to cope with their debt payments.
Personally, I think it would be appropriate to make a change at the level of the European Union with regard to fiscal measures. It is necessary to improve the economy and this can only be done through measures and programs imposed by the European Union itself, which will lead to a concrete and coherent improvement result.
I believe that it should be enforced at the level of all countries that are part of the European Union, that the salary level is the same, regardless of their geographical position. Moreover, it would be appropriate to unify the legislation on sustainable economic and fiscal measures that will lead to economic and social progress.