Social Democratic Party
Giurgiu, Jan 13 /Agerpres/ - Social Democratic Party (PSD) Senator Robert Cazanciuc told a Wednesday's press conference that the start of the year will be under the sign of social conflict, because a governing coalition was established without taking into account the vote of Romanians. "As we anticipated at the end of last year, the start of the year will be under the sign of social conflict.
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) is calling for the reopening of schools once the holiday ends, the Social Democrat MP Alexandru Rafila said on Wednesday, arguing that a postponement "has no justification". "I am sorry that (Education, ed.
The co-chair of the Alliance for the Union of Romanians (AUR), senator Claudiu Tarziu, stated, on Wednesday, in the joint plenum of the Parliament, that the Social Democratic Party (PSD) is "as guilty for the situation in the country today, as the PNL [National Liberal Party] Government, as the parties that make up the government arc," reason for which he asked the Social Democrats to "ease off
The PSD (Social Democratic Party) chairman Marcel Ciolacu sent a letter to the president of Romania on Tuesday telling him that the social democrats will not be present at the consultations at the Cotroceni Palace because they will only mimic the principle of consultation.
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) won't go to consultations with President Klaus Iohannis on Tuesday, at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace, Social Democrat leader Marcel Ciolacu has stated. "PSD will not attend the cheap circus led by President Iohannis. We have decided today that PSD won't go to the consultations at the Cotroceni Palace.
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) has a share of approximately 35% in Parliament, and this cannot be ignored, PSD First Deputy Chairman Sorin Grindeanu said on Wednesday. "What we take into account all the time is to respect the vote given by Romanians, and the vote given by Romanians on December 6 said that the PSD has in Parliament about 35% including the redistributions.
President Klaus Iohannis signed a decree on Wednesday to convene the new Parliament on 21 December. According to the decree, the Legislature resulting from 6 December elections is convened at 12:00 on 21 December at the Palace of Parliament. President Klaus Iohannis announced at the Cotroceni Palace on Monday that he would convene the new Parliament on 21 December.
In the future Parliament, the Social Democratic Party (PSD) will have 47 seats in the Senate and 110 seats in the Chamber of Deputies, while the National Liberal Party (PNL) obtained 41 seats in the Senate and 93 in the Chamber of Deputies, respectively, according to the data the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) presented on Monday.
The Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), Marcel Ciolacu, declared on Monday that he proposed, at the meeting at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace, a Government of national union with Alexandru Rafila as Prime Minister. According to Ciolacu, President Klaus Iohannis mentioned that the PSD's proposal for prime minister in the person of Alexandru Rafila is an "honorable one".