Former Minister of Finance Trajko Slaveski believes that some of the anti-crisis measures adopted by the government to deal with the coronavirus are populist measures. In the “21 minuti” show, Slaveski said that these are measures that “waste” borrowed money.
“Some of the measures to support salaries in the hit industries are ok, can preserve jobs. But some of the measures are populist. They are throwing money away, and borrowed money at that. You can make a lot of people happy with someone else’s money. But they are borrowed from the future generations,” Slaveski said.
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