Outgoing Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, national leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), said in Constanta on Thursday evening that a prime minister-designate cannot make a decision on Romania's pick for European commissioner, arguing that President Klaus Iohannis made a "big mistake" by saying in Brussels that a government duly dismissed in Parliament cannot make a proposal for European
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.
The Prime Minister-designate, Ludovic Orban, voiced confidence on Wednesday that the partners who contributed to the success of the censure motion would support the investiture of his Cabinet in Parliament, because otherwise Viorica Dancila remains in power. "Today we are having discussions with the delegation representing the PMP [the People's Movement Party].
Romania is prepared for a woman President, is a member-state of EU and NATO and has always had openness and vision, said on Wednesday the leader of the Social Democrats, Viorica Dancila , the Social Democratic Party (PSD)'s candidate in the presidential elections of November. "Romania is prepared for a woman President.
PSD (Social Democratic Party) leader and dismissed PM Viorica Dancila said her party cannot credit a minority Liberal government, when all the Liberals offered so far are "some general notions, some slogans" and not a proper governing programme. "I cannot credit a government before knowing its governing programme (...).
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) has decided not to show up in Parliament at the vote of the new government's investiture, PSD leader Viorica Dancila said on Tuesday. "We are waiting for the parties that voted the dismissal of the government to come and assume the responsibility of the government. To come with the programme, the vision and the budget.
Bucharest, Oct 14 /Agerpres/ - Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Monday that the PSD will not participate in the investiture vote in the Parliament if the new government proposes cuts in pensions and salaries, stopping the programs for mayors and things "that are not linked to the reality of Romania".
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila urged President Klaus Iohannis and the Liberal leaders "to abandon the speech of hatred and insults against citizens" and focus on drafting a governing program.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Monday said President Iohannis is at war with the Constitution, the laws, Romanians and their rights. "I have read the statements made by the current President, who seems to imagine himself being "at war with PSD," while he also incites his party to hate and carry out imaginary fights.