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#2019PresidentialElection/AEP - provisional data (nationwide) - Iohannis - 63%; Dancila - 37%

Klaus Iohannis obtained on Sunday, in the presidential election runoff, 63% of the votes, and Viorica Dancila - 37%, after the count of 8,817,440 votes from polling stations in Romania, representing 97%. According to the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP), Iohannis obtained 5,562,056 votes (63%), and Viorica Dancila - 3,255,262 (37%).

#2019PresidentialElection/Iohannis: I will get involved in creating new majority

President Klaus Iohannis has announced on Sunday evening that he will be involved in creating a new parliamentary majority. "Now, after this victory, there are many things to do, there are many things to repair. I will get involved in creating a new majority, a majority composed of the democratic parties that will lead Romania to modernization, to Europeanization, to normal Romania.

AEP: The total number of voters on permanent electoral lists is 18,217,411

The Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP) informs that the Electoral Register has been updated both through data imports from the Directorate for Persons' Record and Data Base Administration and from the Passports Directorate General, as well as through persons cross-offs conducted within mayoralties.

2019 Gaudeamus Fair:Tempting book lovers with thousands of titles, meetings with writing industry's personalities

Thousands of titles, meetings with writers, historians, translators, literary critics and famous journalists, book launches and autograph sessions, debates and contests are the various events the publishing houses will be treating book lovers with at the Gaudeamus Radio Romania Book Fair opening on Wednesday at the Romexpo exhibition compound and running until Sunday.

PMP's Tomac: I, my colleagues, to vote for Klaus Iohannis; we cannot boycott

The Chairman of the People's Movement Party (PMP), Eugen Tomac, announces that he and his party colleagues will vote for Klaus Iohannis in the runoff of the presidential election, excluding the variant of a boycott. "I am sorry that we did not have a serious debate in the runoff between the first two candidates.

#2019PresidentialElection/ Dancila says her top priority if she becomes President would be a referendum on immunity

PSD's (Social Democratic Party) presidential candidate Viorica Dancila stated on Tuesday that among her priorities if she is elected President of Romania will be having a referendum on immunity, joining Schengen, obtaining the visa waiver for the United States of America, and that the first visit she will pay abroad as head of state will be to the Republic of Moldova.

#PresidentialElections2019/ Viorica Dancila about Klaus Iohannis: Extremist speech, hate speech

The Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate in the presidential elections, Viorica Dancila, maintains that Klaus Iohannis has an extremist speech, "based on hatred". "Klaus Iohannis' approach is the approach of a man who wants divide in society. Extremist speech, speech based on hatred, which I believe does not fit in with the reality in Romania.

Cristina Simion, women's world champion at the long distance in Argentina's World Mountain Running Championships

The Romanian athlete Cristina Simion with the CSA Steaua, has won on Saturday the gold medal at the World Mountain Running Championships of the Villa La Angostura (Argentina), according to the Romanian Athletics Federation (FRA) website. Cristina Simion finished first the 41.05 kilometers in 3h 49min 57sec, thus outrunning the French athletes Adeline Roche and Blandine L'Hirondel.

On 32nd anniversary of Brasov revolt PM Orban says sufferings of anti-communist heroes must not be forgotten

In a message on the 32nd anniversary of the anti-communist uprising of November 15, 1987 in Brasov, Prime Minister Ludovic Orban says the sufferings of Romania's anti-communist heroes must not be forgotten. "Today it is 32 years since the moment of Brasov 1987, when workers on the industrial platform of Brasov had the courage to unite spontaneously in the streets to say no to communism.

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