One year after losing the position of Prime Minister of Romania, Viorica Dăncilă continues to be the headliner due to the lack of knowledge, the Romanian language skills being among them.
Viorica Dăncila was the Prime Minister of Romania from January 29, 2018 until November 4, 2019. During this period, many Romanians associated the image of the PSD leader with significant disadvantages in terms of vocabulary. However, she made one of the most important mistakes last night, when she was invited to Digi 24, during the Studio Politic show.
In the televised context, Dăncilă went so far as to say that President Klaus Iohannis invented new words. The example given by the former prime minister was a gyroscope. This topic was reached in the context in which she was asked if, in her opinion, PSD can blame her for grammatical mistakes or image mistakes.
“I don’t think the PSD can make these reproaches. Let’s look at the statements of political leaders from other parties, those of the Minister of Education, who is a Romanian teacher, I am an engineer, let’s look at the statements of the President of Romania, who introduced new words in the vocabulary of the Romanian language “, Viorica Dăncilă answered in a very defensive way.
Predictably, she was asked to give examples of words that, in her opinion, Klaus Iohannis introduced in the Romanian language vocabulary. “Gyroscope or drawer. I do not know anymore. I remembered a few of them. When there is pressure, even the most skilled player can make mistakes “, said Dăncilă.
As a reference, gyroscope has a very clear definition in the vocabulary of the Romanian language. It is a “solid body supported in such a way that it is free to rotate around its axis. Apparatus which, driven by a rotational movement about one of the axes, can move so as not to change the direction of its axis of rotation. Device that ensures the stability and spatial orientation of an airplane, a submarine, etc. ”, according to DEX Online.
The good part is that the president even used that word that shattered Viorica Dăncilă in a conference. The former prime minister did not invent the statement, he was wrong only because he considered it fictitious.