The Social Democratic Party (PSD) will not show up for a vote to endorse a new Government, unless that government signs the Pact on the well-being of Romanians and carries forward the projects for Romania, said Thursday dismissed Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, the national leader of PSD.
Foreign Minister Ramona Manescu has sent a letter to the leaders of political parties in Romania saying that the human resources locally available abroad are limited for the November election of Romania's president, calling on the parties for help with conducting the voting process abroad under the best circumstances.
The USR PLUS Alliance reiterates the possibility of granting the investiture vote to a transitional minority government, but "only with the fulfillment of certain conditions", noting "the lack of political will to swiftly set off early elections".
Bucharest, Oct 14 /Agerpres/ - Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Monday that the PSD will not participate in the investiture vote in the Parliament if the new government proposes cuts in pensions and salaries, stopping the programs for mayors and things "that are not linked to the reality of Romania".
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) MPs will not vote on the investiture of the new government, the decision being taken unanimously during the meeting that took place of Monday, a release of the Social Democrats announced. "PSD will not vouch for an executive of massive layoffs, for pension and salary cuts, for lowering the welfare of Romanians!
The event for the launch of the presidential bid of Social Democratic Party (PSD) national leader Viorica Dancila started on Saturday at the Bucharest Romexpo compound, in the presence of top party officials. Thousands of PSD supporters are also expected to participate.
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) will stay in the opposition and will not enter into any alliance with Pro Romania, PSD national leader and acting Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said Friday. "One of the decisions we want to make today within the PSD, as part of the Executive Committee (CEx) convention, regards that aspect.
Outgoing Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Thursday evening that she will not step down as Chair of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) because she cannot leave her team during hard times. "I must stay at the helm of the party until after the presidential election. (...) I have no intention to resign. I never give up on my team when we are going through more difficult times.
However, DS party leader Zoran Lutovac claims for daily Blic that the DS Main Board and the Presidency are against it and that the Democratic Party does not want to participate in the negotiations attended by the Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic.
Prime Minister and national leader of the majority Social Democratic Party (PSD) Viorica Dancila said on Thursday evening that if the no-confidence vote against her cabinet is successful in Parliament, she will fight even more, in the opposition, to win the presidential election and return PSD to power. "It is an unrealistic scenario and I tell you why.