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PM Dancila: We are not a failed government, we are an efficient government

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Saturday stated that the Government is not a "failed" one, as labeled by President Klaus Iohannis, but an efficient one, and that the economic figures confirm it. "We are not a failed Government, as the President labeled us. He plays with words. It's very easy to offend someone. I never offend.

President Iohannis: PSD was and continues to be a catastrophe for Romania

President Klaus Iohannis on Saturday participated in the regional gathering of the PNL (National Liberal Party) organisations in South-Western Romania (Oltenia), on which occasion he spoke about his intention to win all the elections, in order to "rebuild" Romania, and criticized the PSD (Social Democratic Party) government, which failed to meet its electoral promises made in 2016 - to build ro

President Iohannis at BEC: We collected over 2,200,000 signatures; I want a normal Romania

Bucharest, Sep 20 /Agerpres/ - President Klaus Iohannis has stated on Friday upon submitting his candidacy in the presidential election that he collected over 2,200,000 signatures, adding that he wants a normal Romania for all citizens.

USR's Barna: President Iohannis was a fireman coming to rescue a house already on fire

The USR PLUS Alliance's (Save Romania Union - Liberty, Unity, Solidarity Party) candidate for the presidential elections, Dan Barna, on Friday stated that President Klaus Iohannis was "a fireman who came to rescue every time that the house was already on fire and collapsing" while "Romania needs a full time president." "The advantage that I have in this competition is precisely the energy and c

PRO Romania supports censure motion

PRO Romania will support the censure motion against the Dancila Cabinet, Senator Adrian Tutuianu, deputy chair of the political formation, stated on Thursday in central Brasov. "PRO Romania will support the censure motion against the Viorica Dancila Government. We are interested less in the text, more in reaching a constitutional solution regarding the functioning of the government.

Opposition reacts to positive notice of COREPER for Kovesi's candidacy for European head prosecutor

Laura Codruta Kovesi convinced through 'proven integrity and competence' in leading the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) and the Public Ministry, said on Thursday Dacian Ciolos, leader of the Renew Group in the European Parliament, after the former head of the DNA was given a positive notice in the Council from the ambassadors of the EU member states for the position of European head p

EU Council Backs Romania’s Kovesi for Chief Prosecutor Job

The Committee of Permanent Representatives in the EU, COREPER, has voted in favour of Laura Codruta Kovesi as its preferred candidate for the new position of Chief EU Prosecutor, clearing the path for the European Parliament to confirm Romania's former chief anti-graft prosecutor in the post. The parliament has repeatedly expressed support for her.

PSD's Dancila at BEC: Romanians need a different kind of president

Romanians need a different kind of president who should love Romania and the Romanians, said on Thursday Chairperson of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Viorica Dancila, who submitted her candidacy in the presidential election of November at the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC).

PM Dancila: I would like to have an independent at the Justice Ministry, after Ana Birchall was revoked

Social Democratic Party (PSD) Chairwoman Viorica Dancila said on Wednesday, after Ana Birchall was revoked as Justice Minister, according to the Constitutional Court (CCR) decision, that she would like this ministry to be headed by an independent person.

PM Dancila: We will go to Parliament for reshuffle

The Government will go to Parliament for the reshuffle, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), said on Wednesday evening. "I saw that there have been voices in the public sphere saying that the CCR [Constitutional Court of Romania] compels us to go to Parliament. I have not seen this stated by the Constitutional Court.

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