Democracy sounded good to Romanians in 1990, but tastes pretty sour today. Over seventy billion dollars of State assets stolen, personal savings wiped out by inflation, factories shut-down, stifling bureaucracy, incomprehensible laws, jail terms for the little guy, criminal amnesty for politicians, declining public education, wretched healthcare systems, environmental devastation, massive exodus of the young generation, lonely old people living in poverty, and a rapidly declining population.
Political Corruption is a disease that kills thousands of Romanians each year. It kills because money that should be spent on healthcare is stolen and ends up in Politician’s and Political Party bank accounts. The costs of Political Corruption are seen every day in our deteriorating education system, outdated trains, and non-existent highway system.