President Klaus Iohannis on Thursday in Cluj-Napoca blamed the emergence of "Europhobic parties" on politicians "guilty of their own failures" that blame the European Union, singling out the Social Democratic Party (PSD), major at rule PSD, for a "catastrophic government" that "works for the thief at the top of the party." "Many people ask why this Euroscepticism in the first place, as it is a
Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD, major at rule, ed.n.) Liviu Dragnea said on Wednesday that the Social-Democrats do not intend to change the prime minister, saying that Viorica Dancila may remain in office until 2020 "if she does her job." "We are not going to change the prime minister. (...) Mrs.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Wednesday that her relationship with the national leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), major at rule, Liviu Dragnea, is good and that there is no disagreement between them. "There is no disagreement on my part - I have seen in public the idea that I have a disagreement with Chairman Liviu Dragnea.
Britain should not exert its political crisis in Europe, said Nathalie Loiseau, head of the President Emmanuel Macron's election campaign "La République En Marche!", Reuters reported.
"We respect the British. We ask them to allow us to go forward on our own path, and in the meantime we ask Britain not to export its political crisis over to the European Union," Loiseau told RTL radio.
Donald Tusk's term as president of the European Council will end on 30 November, which is perfect timing for the Polish opposition.
After the parliamentary election in late October, Poland will hold its presidential election in April 2020, and opposition voters already see Tusk as the only viable candidate.