President Klaus Iohannis can do but one good thing for Romania, namely on November 24 in the presidential election's runoff vote Viorica Dancila, on Sunday asserted in eastern Buzau, the Social-Democrats' candidate.
Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Wednesday that there was fake news about a picture of President Klaus Iohannis wearing an earpiece at a news conference. "There was no such thing as an earpiece," Orban said on a Digi24 televised show. He added that the approach is characteristic of the communication style of the Social Democratic Party (PSD). "I'm sorry miserable things continue.
Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate in the presidential election Viorica Dancila said on Wednesday that President Klaus Iohannis "lives in a different world," "master over a Romania where only the National Liberal Party exists," mentioning that the latter is afraid of a debate, direct confrontation with her.
Bucharest, Nov 13 /Agerpres/ - PSD President Viorica Dancila said on Wednesday that President Klaus Iohannis held the only press conference in his term that was "a moment of monstrous arrogance". "I saw tonight that Mr Iohannis spoke. I saw probably the only press conference in the president's term, a moment of monstrous arrogance and a total contempt to democracy and for Romanians.
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidate for the presidential elections, Viorica Dancila, claims that President Klaus Iohannis "is afraid of a direct confrontation" with her before the second round of elections. "I believe that Mr. Iohannis is afraid of a direct confrontation with me, in front of all Romanians. During our institutional collaboration, we have met before, we've interacted.
President Klaus Iohannis rejects the idea of debates before the second round of the presidential elections, with the Social Democratic Party (PSD) representative in the electoral race, Viorica Dancila, who, he says, represents a party that "has ruled against the Romanians". "There can be no debate with a candidate of a party that for three years has ruled against the Romanians.
The National Liberal Party (PNL) had as goal a score of over 40 percent for President Klaus Iohannis in the first round of the presidential elections, PNL Chairman and Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said, who voiced himself optimistic that the President would win in the second round as well, regardless of the opponent he would have.
Mircea Diaconu, an independent candidate in the presidential elections supported by the electoral alliance "Un om" [One human being], made up of The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) and Pro Romania, thanked on Sunday night those who supported him.
Over 559,000 Romanians from the diaspora turned out to vote on Sunday, until 18:00 hrs. This is the third day of the presidential election in the diaspora. About 25,200 Romanians from abroad voted by mail. According to information from the Central Electoral Bureau's online platform, most voters in the diaspora were from Italy - about 114,000 in as many as 142 polling stations.
Mircea Diaconu, who runs for President as independent with the support of the "Un Om" electoral alliance made of the Alliance of Democrats and Liberals (ALDE) and Pro Romania, said upon leaving the polling station at the "Ion Neculce" National College in Bucharest that he has voted for "a President of all Romanians".