Romanians need a different kind of president who should love Romania and the Romanians, said on Thursday Chairperson of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Viorica Dancila, who submitted her candidacy in the presidential election of November at the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC).
Secretary General of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Mihai Fifor stated on Saturday in the meeting of the party's Extraordinary Congress that the Social-Democrats are ready to give Romania the first woman president. "Romanians no longer have patience. They have waited too long for a hardworking and involved president. A president of all Romanians.
President Klaus Iohannis said May 26 is an important day and urged Romanians to vote. "This is an important day and I am not telling this just to you, journalists, but all Romanians: Come to vote!", he told the journalists, before casting his own ballot.
Bucharest, May 26 /Agerpres / - National chairman of the opposition National Liberal Party (PNL) Ludovic Orban said on Sunday that the vote is the "strongest weapon" available to every citizen, adding that the result of the poll will be surprising and clearly indicating that "things have fundamentally changed" in Romania.
President Klaus Iohannis stated on Saturday in Iasi that the Social Democratic Party (PSD) representatives "are talking nonsense about the summit and accuse him of representing foreign interests, adding that the current government "has completely different priorities, other interests than the Romanians," which is why Romania is confronted with numerous issues and obstacles.
Four us, Romanians, European Union is more than a political integration project, it is a union of souls thinking and vibrating together, Minister of Culture and National Identity, Valer-Daniel Breaz stated on Thursday evening, in his speech at the opening concert of the Romanian Presidency at the Council of the European Union.
The Romanian parliament on Tuesday overwhelmingly adopted a law offering special bumper pensions for lawmakers after they retire. The law was adopted with 303 votes in favour and 124 against.
For completing one term, a former senator or deputy will now take away a special pension of 1,550 lei (344 euro) per month, under the new law.