Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate in the presidential elections Viorica Dancila stated on Sunday in Marasesti that the MPs who vote on Monday for the investiture of the Orban Government would have to justify for being part of a programme directed against the Romanians.
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate for the Presidency of Romania, Viorica Dancila, said on Friday, in western Timisoara, that she is an ardent pro-European and that she appreciates all those who speak foreign languages, but some Romanians very easily say in English, in Brussels, "what Brussels wants to hear." She was asked by a journalist to give an answer to a question in English.
Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate in the presidential elections, Viorica Dancila, stated on Thursday evening, in a speech to over 800 sympathizers in northwestern Baia Mare city, that it was a "great joy" for her to note, during the electoral campaign in Maramures, that there are conditions for Romanians to come back home and invest, creating new jobs.
Social Democrat leader and candidate for president Viorica Dancila told an electoral meeting in the commune of Hintasti - Suceava County this Wednesday that the country is divided because the incumbent president has split it into the good and the bad and has brought down a government without putting anything in place. "We have a divided country.
Outgoing Prime Minister Viorica Dancila stated on Tuesday, in Botosani, that the Social Democratic Party (PSD) never faced such hatred and added that nowhere in Europe does a President ask for the disbanding of a political party instead of being a factor of dialogue, a mediator. "I have been a member of this party for 23 years. (...) We have had better times and worse times.
Schools, cultural centres, hotels, restaurants and children's entertainment venues will host polling stations for Romanian nationals abroad voting in the November presidential election, according to a list published by the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP). AEP has approved 835 polling stations abroad in all, with the most being in Spain - 143.
President Klaus Iohannis, speaking on Friday at the EPP headquarters in Brussels during a meeting with representatives and supporters of the National Liberal Party (PNL) from the diaspora, said that he and the Liberals are "at war" with the Social Democratic Party (PSD), and that this conflict is of no doctrinal nature, but was generated by PSD's "attack" on the Romanians.
AGERPRES special correspondent Florentina Peia reports: President Klaus Iohannis stated that the agreement regarding the exit of the United Kingdom from the community bloc announced on Thursday doesn't change anything in what regards the Romanians in the UK and said he is optimistic that this agreement will be approved in the European Council.
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.
President Klaus Iohannis on Wednesday criticized the Social Democratic Party (PSD), saying that it attacked justice, the economy, investors, big public systems and said the new Executive will start working for Romanians. "You and I are at war with the PSD and we will win it. We have three more battles: the presidential, the local and the parliamentary, whereupon we make Romania normal.