President Klaus Iohannis on Wednesday published his candidate programme for a new term in office, titled "Together for a Normal Romania," in which he proposes, among other things, the modernization of the state institutions, the revision of laws and the continuation of the anti-corruption fight. The programme has 10 chapters and will be launched on October 27.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila urged President Klaus Iohannis and the Liberal leaders "to abandon the speech of hatred and insults against citizens" and focus on drafting a governing program.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Monday said President Iohannis is at war with the Constitution, the laws, Romanians and their rights. "I have read the statements made by the current President, who seems to imagine himself being "at war with PSD," while he also incites his party to hate and carry out imaginary fights.
President Klaus Iohannis has announced that he will ask parliamentary parties for a first round of consultations on Friday, adding that there is an urgent need for a government, after the censure motion against the Dancila government cleared Parliament on Thursday.
The message of Social Democrat leader, Premier Viorica Dancila for President Klaus Iohannis is that he should "let justice be independent", in the context of the statements made on Wednesday by the head of state regarding the Section for the investigation of criminal offenses in the judiciary.
Upon arriving on Saturday at the Agora Conference Center in Iasi, President Klaus Iohannis was welcomed by representatives of the "Moldavia wants Motorway" and "Together for A8" associations.
President Klaus Iohannis stated on Friday that the "insistence with which Prime Minister Viorica Dancila refuses to request Parliament's approval for a new Government is generating the grave blockage the Romanian state's institutions are in." Prime Minister Viorica Dancila sent, on Friday, to President Klaus Iohannis new proposals for interim ministers.
The Germans of Romania are an integral part of our country's history and identity, President Klaus Iohannis said on Wednesday evening, at the reception on German Unity Day. "The Germans of Romania are an integral part of our country's history and identity, also representing a special binder of the bilateral relationship," he said.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Wednesday that supporting the digital sector should be the top priority of any government and that predictability, which he called a key word of any responsible government, has been missing in Romania for the past years.
he relationship between Poland and Romania is "at a peak", says President Klaus Iohannis, in a message conveyed in celebration of the 100-year anniversary of Romanian-Polish diplomatic relations and 10-year anniversary of Strategic Partnership. The head of state talks about the two countries' recent history and their role in a regional context.