Aspecte din legislaţia socială adoptată de guvernul condus de Constantin Sănătescu (23 august - 6 decembrie 1944) / Aspects from the social legislation adopted by the government led by Constantin Sănătescu (23 August – 6 December 1944)
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|Excerpt||The government headed by General C. Sănătescu was confronted with two major problems which mobilized the financial efforts of the state: the adoption of the necessary measures for continuing the military operations on the front and for solving the complex problems caused by the Soviet occupation. The Romanian Communist Party, supported by the Soviet authorities, and especially by the group led by Ana Pauker, which had returned to Bucharest after many years of emigration, planned to take over all state power, an objective which generated permanent political disputes with the government partners. Moreover, the political crisis was overlapped by an economic one, leading to the marginalization of the social factor. The social policy initiated by the C. Sănătescu government aimed at re-
balancing the system of payments in concordance with the changes entailed by the state of war. The executive issued normative acts through which social indicators were worked on: law-decrees and decisions regarding the work regime, wages and salaries, the monetary circulation, fiscal measures, social assistance, the fabrication and consumption of basic agro-alimentary products. To these were added juridical regulations with regard to owner-tenant relations. The social legislation elaborated during the C. Sănătescu government was
owed to two Ministries, the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Finances, which initiated a series of temporary juridical measures in the context of an economy that had gone through war.
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