Iohannis

Former Romanian President Klaus Iohannis Re-Elected in Romania

Former Romanian President Klaus Iohannis won the second round of the Romanian presidential election on Sunday, according to exit polls, AFP reported. His re-election confirmed the pro-European position of the EU's eastern member state, the agency added.

"I promise to be a president for all Romanians ... A modern, European, normal Romania won today," Iohannis said.

#2019PresidentialElection/ AEP - provisional data (diaspora): Iohannis - 92.89%; Dancila - 7.10%

Klaus Iohannis obtained on Sunday, in the presidential election runoff, 92.89%, and Viorica Dancila - 7.10%, after the count of 55,226 votes in the countries where the stations closed. According to the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP), Iohannis garnered 51,300 votes (92.89%), and Viorica Dancila - 3,926 (7.10%).

#2019PresidentialElection/AEP - provisional data (nationwide) - Iohannis - 63%; Dancila - 37%

Klaus Iohannis obtained on Sunday, in the presidential election runoff, 63% of the votes, and Viorica Dancila - 37%, after the count of 8,817,440 votes from polling stations in Romania, representing 97%. According to the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP), Iohannis obtained 5,562,056 votes (63%), and Viorica Dancila - 3,255,262 (37%).

#2019PresidentialElection/BEC - provisional data (diaspora): Iohannis - 89.31%, Dancila - 10.69%

Klaus Iohannis won 89.31% of the votes on Sunday, in the runoff of the presidential elections, and Viorica Dancila - 10.69%, after the counting of 10,719 votes in the countries where the polling stations closed. According to the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC), Iohannis garnered 9,573 votes, and Viorica Dancila - 1,146.

#2019PresidentialElection / BEC - provisional data (nationwide): Iohannis - 60.48%; Dancila - 39.52%

Klaus Iohannis won on Sunday, in the runoff of the presidential elections, 60.48%, and Viorica Dancila - 39.52% of votes, after the counting of 288,424 votes from polling stations in Romania. According to the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC), Iohannis obtained 174,447 votes, and Viorica Dancila - 113,977.

#2019PresidentialElection/BEC - provisional data (diaspora): Iohannis - 89.19%, Dancila - 10.81%

Klaus Iohannis won 89.19% on Sunday, in the runoff of the presidential elections, and Viorica Dancila - 10.81%, after the counting of 9,816 votes in 43 countries where the polling stations closed. According to the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC), Iohannis garnered 8,755 votes, and Viorica Dancila - 1,061.

#2019PresidentialElection / AEP - provisional data (nationwide): Iohannis - 56.68pct; Dancila - 43.32pct

Klaus Iohannis won on Sunday, in the runoff of the presidential elections, 56.68pct, and Viorica Dancila - 43.32pct of votes, after counting 42,836 votes from 100 polling stations in Romania. According to the Permanent Election Authority (AEP), Iohannis obtained 24,278 votes, and Viorica Dancila - 18,558.

#2019PresidentialElection/ Dancila: Forests, my first environmental priority as President of Romania

The leader of the Social Democrats, Viorica Dancila, says that "as president of Romania" forests would be her first environmental priority. "Forests are my first environmental priority, as President of Romania.

#2019PresidentialElection/ Dancila says her top priority if she becomes President would be a referendum on immunity

PSD's (Social Democratic Party) presidential candidate Viorica Dancila stated on Tuesday that among her priorities if she is elected President of Romania will be having a referendum on immunity, joining Schengen, obtaining the visa waiver for the United States of America, and that the first visit she will pay abroad as head of state will be to the Republic of Moldova.

#2019PresidentialElection/ President Iohannis about European army: Creating parallelism with NATO won't help anyone

European defence must be improved, President Klaus Iohannis stated on Tuesday, but a parallelism between such structure and NATO "won't help anyone." During the debate with journalists and representatives of the civil society taking place at the Auditorium of the Central University Library, Iohannis said in his opinion an independent European army won't be feasible.

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