Romanian interim President Nicolae Vacaroiu presented on Friday a review of his month-long term at the helm of the country, a day before Romanians go to vote in a referendum where they have to decide whether suspended President Traian Basescu returns to presidency or leaves.

Vacaroiu said in Pitesti today that he didn’t want to stand as interim President, as it was not a comfortable job and he had “too little time to do too many things”.

He said he worked on a concept not to meddle with the other state institutions. And he spoke of a new working formula which he said gave “unexpected results” - that is, his weekly meetings with PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu and the two speakers of the chambers of the Romanian Parliament.