The evolution of the recovery of assets and financial resources, trade pledges, the repayment of emergency and the work of law enforcement bodies responsible for investigating the theft of banking were examined in a new meeting of the Standing Committee to monitor cases of increased social interest, the government's communication and press relations office of the Government.
Prime Minister Pavel Filip inquired about the procedure of reviewing civil actions under the courts in the country at which commercial banks under liquidation take part, particularly the time limits of their examination, stressing that they must be reasonable for to ensure the fastest possible recovery of assets.
The prime minister asked the permanent monitoring of the process of liquidation of banks, especially the way in which costs are borne, and identifying solutions to optimize them.
The head of the Cabinet insisted on ensuring transparency of asset recovery through the monthly release of information in such a way that citizens know all stages of recovery and emergency loan repayment and the measures taken by the authorities in this regard.
Standing Committee to monitor increased social interest cases was established at the initiative of Prime Minister Pavel Filip and has the task of ensuring interaction between state institutions for the effective and operative cases of social interest increased, reports Moldpres.