Prime Ministers of Romania
PSD (Social Democratic Party) leader Viorica Dancila stated on Monday, after the investiture of the Orban Government in Parliament, that this was "a black day for democracy," as "the illegitimate operation by which President Iohannis seized the executive power is now complete." "We witnessed today in Parliament the climax of all the maneuvers and political games played by President Iohannis in
The National Liberal Party (PNL) can win the presidential election in the first round, far ahead of the second placed candidate, stated, on Thursday, in Targoviste, the chairman of the PNL, Prime Minister designate Ludovic Orban. "We have a campaign to win.
Dismissed Prime Minister Viorica Dancila rebutted, on Thursday, in northwestern Oradea, the information appearing in the media regarding a third rejection of the Government's proposal for European Commissioner. "The European Commissioner was not rejected yet.
National leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Viorica Dancila, also the party's presidential candidate, said on Monday evening that she would like a one-on-one debate with incumbent President Klaus Iohannis seeking re-election. Dancila said it is her and Iohannis' duty to explain to the Romanians the results they got while in office.
Prime Minister-designate Ludovic Orban announced on 24 October 2019 the composition of the Cabinet he will submit to Parliament vote. Catalin Marian Predoiu was picked for the Justice Minister office. National Liberal Party (PNL) deputy Catalin Marian Predoiu was born on 27 August 1968 in Buzau, according to www.cdep.ro.
Outgoing Prime Minister Viorica Dancila who is also the PSD (Social Democratic Party) candidate for the presidential elections stated on Wednesday in Suceava that she is the only counter-candidate who counts for President Klaus Iohannis in the electoral battle, as she claimed "all the others are somehow subordinated to him," since they supported the censure motion.
USR (Save Romania Union) leader Dan Barna, a presidential candidate, said he wasn't the least bit surprised of the fact that Victor Ponta announced Pro Romania won't vote for the investiture of the Orban Government, while he trusts the Prime Minister-designate will be able to build the necessary majority. "Romania is struggling to sink the Dancila Government into history. I've seen that Mr.