As the head of the government, the Romanian prime minister speaks for the entire government when he made biased comments towards the Roma. Yes, not everyone in his government feels that way. However, if that is the government's position towards the Roma then that presents a problem. No one should be marginalized in Romania.
I personally agreeThe market of weed is a vast system allowing people to chose how they have fun on their own time. Who are we to deny them the right to blaze as the please. Another point is that it would attract tourism to their area. As we have seen in Colorado, many tourist have ventured on this journey also know as "green tours". For my last point I believe pot is an extremely viable cash crop due to its ability to quickly sell and grow. This would help many farmers with the difficulty in their economy. As you may know many farmers are losing their place in the financial world and need a new subsistence (like pot) to increase their economic security.
I believe when a politician makes biased remarks he is more than likely being very honest about his own position on a matter. This can be very telling. I believe when the Romanian Prime Minister made biased comments towards the Roma minority, it reflected his position and not necessarily that of the governments.
No, the Romanian Prime Minister's statements that are biased toward the Roma minority do not reflect the government's position, because other governmental officials have made comments that ar exactly the opposite. The Romanian people are welcoming to the Roma people and want to help them integrate into society in the easiest and smoothest way possible.
No, everything that this man said was aimed just to make the people that support him a little happier. He was not wanting to make people mad, nor did not believe what all that he said. He was just trying to say something to get more votes later on at elections.