Romanian presidential election
Former Romanian President Klaus Iohannis won the second round of the Romanian presidential election on Sunday, according to exit polls, AFP reported. His re-election confirmed the pro-European position of the EU's eastern member state, the agency added.
"I promise to be a president for all Romanians ... A modern, European, normal Romania won today," Iohannis said.
President Klaus Iohannis has announced on Sunday evening that he will be involved in creating a new parliamentary majority. "Now, after this victory, there are many things to do, there are many things to repair. I will get involved in creating a new majority, a majority composed of the democratic parties that will lead Romania to modernization, to Europeanization, to normal Romania.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Tuesday that in the beginning of his mandate he had some achievements that will significantly influence Romania's journey, pointing to the Pact to allot 2 percent of the GDP to Defence and the Sibiu Summit. "I have had a few achievements that will significantly influence Romania's journey for years and years.
President Klaus Iohannis said Monday in Ploiesti that presidential immunity is provided for in the Constitution and it cannot be waived without the Constitution being amended.
President Klaus Iohannis has stated in Ploiesti on Monday that he doesn't want to participate in a debate with Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate Viorica Dancila, because she represents the Dragnea-Dancila "toxic regime," which is splattering, even now, in the campaign, venom, lies and fake news." When asked by journalists who gives legitimacy to a candidate, Iohannis responded: "Only the
The Bucharest National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA) announced that it will provide "a neutral space" for the electoral debate with opinion makers, journalists and political scientists announced by President Klaus Iohannis, as the campaign of the Liberal presidential candidate agreed with the proposal that the meeting should take place on Tuesday in the great
The National Liberal Party (PNL)'s candidate in the presidential elections, Klaus Iohannis, the incumbent president, has stated on Friday that in the second round of the presidential elections he is counting on the votes of the PNL, Save Romania Union - Freedom, Unity and Solidarity Party Alliance (USR PLUS Alliance) and People's Movement Party (PMP) voters, but desires to obtain votes also fro
The candidate of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) in the presidential elections, Viorica Dancila, claimed on Thursday that the president, Klaus Iohannis, desires "a monopoly of power", is a "dictator" president, who wants to lead the Government and Parliament and who threatens his opponents with prosecutors, through intermediaries.