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President Traian Basescu stated that he voted for a new political party he hoped to continue with the process of reform of the state and advised those who didn't have a political option to show up at the polling stations anyway, even if it would be just to cancel their ballot, since a good turnout will still prove that Romanians are interested in the EU.
MP Elena Udrea said that she voted thinking that Romania needed powerful people who should represent it here and in Europe. 'I have voted thinking that Romania needed powerful people who should represent it both here and in Europe,' said Elena Udrea after casting her vote at the Mihai Eminescu National College in Bucharest.
MEP Daciana Sarbu voted on Sunday at School No. 17 in Bucharest, along with Prime Minister Victor Ponta and their daughter Irina.
"I have voted with the conviction that wonderful things can be done for our country," said Daciana Sarbu, adding that she hoped as many people as possible would turn out to elect their representatives in the EP.