The Social Democrat Party (PSD) claims that the "only reasonable solution" for Romania is that President Iohannis "stop ignoring" the Constitution and allow this party to gather a majority around professor Alexandru Rafila, the proposal of the Social Democrats for the position of Prime Minister.
Doctor Alexandru Rafila was voted by the National Political Council to be proposed by the Social Democrats for Prime Minister. "Today, in the National Political Council, we put to vote so that on Monday we go to Cotroceni [Presidential Palace] with Professor Alexandru Rafila, the PSD's [the Social Democratic Party] proposal for the position of Prime Minister.
The chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), Marcel Ciolacu, is of the opinion that the decision of the Liberals to propose for the position of Prime Minister Florin Citu represents a "big, big mockery", stating that it's time for Romanians to "revolt against those who want to confiscate their vote." "The PNL has understood nothing from the Romanians' vote!
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) will not vote for any other government than the one led by its proposal for Prime Minister - Alexandru Rafila, this party's leader, Marcel Ciolacu, stated on Tuesday evening.
The Social Democratic Party, PSD, scored a surprise win in Romania's parliamentary elections on Sunday, which saw a record low turnout of voters amid the coronavirus pandemic.
After votes from over 99 per cent of the polling stations were counted, the PSD got 30 per cent of the vote, followed by the ruling, centre-right National Liberal Party, PNL, with 25 per cent.
Noted names of the Romanian politics are opening the lists of candidates for the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies of the Bucharest electoral constituency. Some have done politics and are returning to this year's elections, others are members of the current Parliament and want a new term as a senator or deputy.
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate for the Chamber of Deputies, Professor Dr. Alexandru Rafila, member of the WHO Executive Committee, said on Tuesday in southern Ploiesti that the number of tests has started to drop "quite a lot", and the Public Health Directorates (DSP) are not "encouraged" to investigate all outbreaks.
Doctor Alexandru Rafila, the chairman of the Romanian Microbiology Society and representative of Romania in the World Health Organization (WHO), stated, on Monday evening, referring to some recent political statements regarding the manipulation by the Government of the data referring to COVID-19 cases recorded in our country, that the way in which this data is collected make "any manipulation p