Dancila Government

Gov't: PM hasn't taken any official steps to withdraw Rosia Montana candidacy file from UNESCO

Prime Minister Florin Citu has not taken any official steps to withdraw the file of Rosia Montana site from registration on the UNESCO heritage list, nor has he submitted any proposal on this topic, the press office of the Government informs on Wednesday.

Living statue of PM Citu unveiled in Victoriei Square during Greenpeace protest

A living statue dressed in golden clothes and depicting Prime Minister Florin Citu was unveiled in Bucharest on Wednesday in Victoriei Square as part of a protest action staged by Greenpeace Romania amidst Romania's governmental coalition discussing how to manage placing the Rosia Montana site on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list.

USR: Two-round mayoral elections forsaken for triggering early elections

After today's success of the censure motion, the Save Romania Union (USR) said that the two-round mayoral elections have been forsaken in order to trigger early elections. "Today's vote on the censure motion shows that our fears that the two-round election of mayors is being forsaken in order to trigger early elections were grounded.

#PresidentialElection/Dancila to Iohannis: I believe you live in different world; you are afraid of direct confrontation with me

Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate in the presidential election Viorica Dancila said on Wednesday that President Klaus Iohannis "lives in a different world," "master over a Romania where only the National Liberal Party exists," mentioning that the latter is afraid of a debate, direct confrontation with her.

#2019PresidentialElection/Dan Barna: We expect new Government to remove PSD's bad influence from Romania

The candidate of the USR PLUS Alliance (Save Romania Union and Liberty, Unity, Solidarity Party) in the presidential elections, Dan Barna, stated on Wednesday in Craiova that the parties he represents expect the Orban Government to begin "to remove PSD's (Social Democratic Party) bad influence from Romania." "It's very good that we got rid of the Dancila Government, it's very good that the last

#2019PresidentialElection/INTERVIEW Dan Barna: Romania needs a president to step in more than only when crisis strikes

Romania needs an active and present president, who does not step in only when crisis strikes, Save Romania Union (USR) presidential hopeful Dan Barna tells AGERPRES in an interview. He adds that if he wins the elections, Romania will have for the first time a president from the private sector, after "two teachers, a book publisher and a ship commander" who came from the public sector.

USR's Barna: We will vote for the investiture of the Gov't proposed by Ludovic Orban

All the Save Romania Union (USR) senators and deputies are present in the plenary hall and will vote for the investiture of the Government proposed by Ludovic Orban, USR deputy and chairman Dan Barna announced on Monday, prior to the beginning of the joint plenary meeting of Parliament.

PNL - USR political agreement supporting Orban Cabinet's investiture

Chairman of the Save Romania Union (USR) Dan Barna announced on Monday having signed the political agreement with the National Liberal Party (PNL), mentioning that the document sets out the contributory principle throughout the public pension system, in order to ensure a fair treatment for everyone.

#2019PresidentialElection/ INTERVIEW Theodor Paleologu: Debate on next five years - jammed by government crisis

Romania needs a diplomat to restore its international prestige and to create consensus within the society, says Theodor Paleologu, the People's Movement Party (PMP) candidate for presidential elections, in an interview with AGERPRES. He criticizes the fact that the electoral debate on the candidates' projects for the highest office in the state is "jammed " by a government crisis.

#PresidentialElection2019/Barna: Ponta helping Dancila stay at rule is no surprise; I hope PM-designate will have majority

USR (Save Romania Union) leader Dan Barna, a presidential candidate, said he wasn't the least bit surprised of the fact that Victor Ponta announced Pro Romania won't vote for the investiture of the Orban Government, while he trusts the Prime Minister-designate will be able to build the necessary majority. "Romania is struggling to sink the Dancila Government into history. I've seen that Mr.