Alternative for National Dignity (ADN) candidate running for president Catalin Ivan has cast his vote on Sunday on the additional rolls of Polling Station No.50 set up at the "Vasile Alecsandri" High School in Iasi, mentioning that he voted for an alternative to the current political class. "Like any citizen of this country, I exercised my right to vote.
USR leader Dan Barna, the candidate of the USR-PLUS (Save Romania Union - Liberty, Unity, Solidarity Party) Alliance in the presidential elections, stated he voted for a change and that he is very optimistic about the result. "I have voted today for a change, for a Romania that will start changing right now, and not five years or ten years from now.
Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) national leader and presidential candidate Kelemen Hunor in today's election said on Sunday at Carta, Harghita County, that he voted for Romania's future, for respect and for trust. "I came today to vote; I voted for the future of Romania, for respect and for trust.
Speaker of the Deputies' Chamber Marcel Ciolacu stated, upon exiting the polling station, that he voted "in hope of a much better and peaceful Romania," adding that he hopes for the voter turnout to exceed 50 percent.
Deputy PM Raluca Turcan, upon exiting the polling station on Sunday morning, said she voted for a Romania where "the law is the same for everyone." "I voted for a Romania where the law is the same for everyone.
CupruMin copper mining company of Abrud has recently sold 45,000 tonnes of copper concentrate at a tender, having been offered "the highest per tonne price ever," according to a press statement released on Thursday. "CupruMin was offered the best per tonne price in its history, at the recently concluded auction for one-year sale of copper concentrate.
Medical Director of the Oncology Institute in Cluj Napoca (IOCN) Patriciu Achimas-Cadariu talked about the high incidence of cervical cancer in Romania at the World Health Summit 2019, the most important forum worldwide in terms of health policies.
President Klaus Iohannis unveiled his electoral manifesto for re-election, in Bucharest, on Sunday, criticising the government of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), his main political opponent, pointing out that Romania is the first in terms of poverty and the last one in protecting vulnerable people in the European Union.
President Klaus Iohannis said that Romania risks to remain the only country in the European Union to be still monitored for progress with judiciary reform and the fight against high-level corruption under a so-called Co-operation and Verification Mechanism (CCVM), blaming the Social Democratic Party (PSD) for that.
Independent candidate running for president Mircea Diaconu, endorsed by Pro Romania and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE), stated on Wednesday in Resita that he is counting in this electoral campaign on ALDE's support, but strictly in terms of logistics. "There are some terms of the agreement. I came out and requested support everywhere, because I really cannot do it by myself.