People's Movement Party
The Social Democrat Party (PSD) is in for a big win in the general election held in Romania on Sunday, exit poll projections show.
If confirmed, the result could bring the left-wing party back into power after resigning over last year's protests.
The PSD got 45.2% of the vote, acording to the Center for Urban and Regional Sociology (CURS), quoted by AGERPRES.
The People's Movement Party (PMP) should introduce itself to the public as a party that is leaning right, Chairman of the People's Movement Foundation (FMP) Cristian Diaconescu told a convention on Sunday in Pitesti, southern Romania, of PMP's National College.
The existing partnership between the People's Movement Party (PMP) and Romania's former President Traian Basescu is solid, and the party is now compelled to prove that Basescu's trust is well placed in it by applying already set political principles, PMP national leader Eugen Tomac said Sunday in Pitesti, southern Romania.
The new National Liberal Party (made up of the former PNL - the National Liberal Party and the former PDL - Democratic Liberal Party) would collect the most votes, if parliamentary elections were to be held in Romania next Sunday, says a poll conducted by the CSCI and sent to AGERPRES.
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Former President Traian Basescu stated that Elena Udrea had notified him of the irregularities happening at the National Authority for Property Restitution (ANRP) and that he assumed the task of informing structures able to collect information and evidence.
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