PM Dancila: We'll go to Parliament and try to get support to carry mandate through

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Wednesday said that the Government she is heading will continue its activity in spite of the "obstacles" over the recent days and it will go to Parliament to get the necessary support to carry through its mandate.

PMP's Tomac: Dragnea 3 gov't in clinical death, needs to leave immediately

The People's Movement Party (PMP) chair Eugen Tomac asks the Premier Viorica Dancila to prove "a minimum responsibility" and quit the governing, adding that "the Dragnea 3 gov't" faces "clinical death".     "Dancila, leave! Prove a minimum responsibility and table your resignation. Let the country have a new Government. The Dragnea 3 gov't faces clinical death and must leave immediately.

PM Dancila to Romanian ambassadors: I support your demarches to promote gov't policies in energy security

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila told Romanian diplomats on Monday that she supports the intensifying of demarches for the promotion of governmental policies in the realm of energy security, a "strategic and vital" domain for Romania. "Romania has held, as a first, the Presidency of the Council of the EU - a true test of our European vocation.

ALDE's Tariceanu to meet PM Dancila, sources say

Chairman of the minor ruling Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) Calin Popescu-Tariceanu is going to meet on Monday with the major ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD)'s leader, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, to establish whether the current ruling coalition will stay put or not, political sources say. ALDE has asked the PSD a government reshuffle and a new ruling programme.

Ekaterina Zaharieva Will be on a Working Visit to Romania

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva is leaving for Romania today, reported BTA.

Bulgaria's first diplomat will meet with Romanian Prime Minister Vasilica Viorica Dăncilă, with Foreign Minister Ramona Nicole Mănescu   and with Delegate for European Affairs George Chamba.

Dancila thanks PSD colleagues after Congress: We showed everyone how united we are

Bucharest, Aug 25 /Agerpres/ - Social Democratic Party (PSD) President, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, says that the social-democrats have shown, at the extraordinary congress on Saturday, how united and resolved they are to win the next elections. "I thank my colleagues for the support shown so beautifully and energetically today, in the extraordinary Congress of the PSD!

PSD Congress/ PES's Stanishev said that he is here as PES leader in order to open a new page

President of the Party of European Socialists (PES) Sergei Stanishev, who is attending on Saturday the meeting of the Social Democratic Party's (PSD) Extraordinary Congress, voiced his support for Viorica Dancila's candidacy in the presidential elections, mentioning that she took on the party leadership at a difficult time.

PSD Congress/ Viorica Dancila designated as PSD's candidate in presidential elections

Prime Minister of Romania and Chairperson of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Viorica Dancila was designated on Saturday as the party's candidate in the presidential elections. The decision was made in the meeting of the PSD's Extraordinary Congress. Those attending the meeting unanimously voted Viorica Dancila, the vote being expressed by hand raising.

PSD Executive Committee to convene on Monday to discuss budget revision (sources)

The Social Democratic Party (PSD) National Executive Committee is due to convene on Monday, with the national budget revision expected to be on the agenda, sources with the majority party told AGERPRES on Friday. The meeting will be held at Parliament Palace, starting at 05:00pm, according to the same sources.

Romania Court Quashes Controversial Criminal Code Reform

The Romanian Constitutional Court on Monday declared controversial criminal code reforms passed by government decree unconstitutional, saying the changes did not respect previous rulings issued by the court.

The amendments backed by the Social Democratic Party-led government included reducing jail terms and the statute of limitations for some corruption-related crimes.