The measures laid down in the current government's anti-crisis program aimed at ensuring consumption in the short term. This was said by a former presidential adviser on economic affairs, deputy Oleg Reidman.
"Unfold the issues related to privatization, stating that it will be transparent and a lot of things beautiful. But it turns out that the proceeds from privatization will go on eating away rather than creating a new capital in the country, which, in turn, will create new sources for revenue, "- said Oleg Reidman.
He stressed that there is a fundamental difference between the approaches of the previous government and those named in the proposed anti-crisis program.
"The government is following the path of least resistance. It seems that the current government does not create trouble to engage in development programs, and this government is concerned only with survival in the next few months, maybe years," - concluded the deputy.
He cited the example that the government Zinaida Greceanii left to the new authorities at 350 million lei, which are supposed to give to local authorities, but instead left the Liberals in the budget and pull the approval process the transfer of funds.
As the deputy, the local authorities do not have time to master these tools and they will proceed in the new year for use by the government, which uses them for short-term goals.
The reduction of budget expenditures, which, according to the anti-crisis program of the new government will be achieved by reducing social benefits, will reduce the purchasing power of the population of Moldova. This was during the press conference, said the economist, parliamentarian Oleg Reidman.
"It will not be a stimulus for economic development, because the income of the people in order for things to buy, renovate or build will be larger and will only be less," - said Reidman, viewing of the cabinet Filat budget reduction.
The MP stressed that Moldova, public demand is largely fueled by remittances from abroad. In this regard, "knowing that it will not always state and government to allocate funds for public investment in infrastructure in order to encourage people, in parallel increasing the salaries, scholarships and other benefits.
"By encouraging their incomes and welfare through various kinds of compensation and so on, we gave people the opportunity to buy. That is, turn to the economy with the request. Here, the authors say that it is necessary to stimulate demand and, in addition to all, reduces the social benefits, thus forcing the demand under the bench. And no economic development in such an approach is impossible, "- concluded the deputy, assessing the situation of the Government's anti-crisis program Filat.