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Romania: PSD decides to vote against Ciucă government

The PSD leadership at today’s meeting decided that the Social Democrats should vote against the Ciuca government. The PSD has also decided not to nominate a prime minister, sources told news.ro.

Earlier, the website g4media.ro reported, citing PSD sources, that the party was considering Marcel Ciolacu’s nomination for prime minister if the Ciuca government does not receive parliamentary approval Wednesday.

PSD Secretary General Paul Stanescu, in an official statement, stressed that now that Romania is going through a crisis, there can only be a stable government backed by a transparent majority or run in early elections, which will lead to the stabilization of the political scene.

“It is absurd to ask for a government without political power at a critical moment. “But it seems that the liberals are no longer using logic,” he added. He also accused President Klaus Iohannis of having a “sick desire for power”, News.ro reported.

Paul Stănescu also said that “throughout this period of crisis, which they caused again, the liberals have shown an unacceptable political immaturity.” “I do not think anyone expected, at such a time, for them to behave as if governing was their favorite game. Or to show that they would not allow anyone to take it away from them, even if they destroyed it. They are holding back with their teeth and nails the power they no longer have. They have allocated ministerial posts in a government that cannot exist, that has no chance of passing (through Parliament). They were thrown against all sides and behaved as if they were the chosen ones of the nation, when in fact they turned into a cruel punishment for the Romanians. They showed no responsibility. They did not understand the gravity of the moment. “Their ‘bone’ became more important than any life lost due to the deteriorating health situation,” said the PSD Secretary General.

Former PNL President and former Prime Minister Ludovic Orban again sharply criticized his former party colleagues, while referring to President Klaus Iohannis, he said that he “completely lost” him, as if he had forgotten that he was president and behaved like a tourist. foreign. in Romania. ” For the Prime Minister in transition Florin Ciţu, he said that “he no longer lives in our daily lives.”

Orban estimates that Klaus Iohannis will not end his term because he will be dismissed by Parliament. Speaking last night on Realitatea Plus, Ludovic Orban reiterated that Klaus Iohannis caused the current crisis and that he decided not to rebuild the coalition with the USSR, writes Adevărul.

Orban also said, according to Mediafax, that if the issue of the president’s suspension was raised, he would engage “with all his might” in the referendum on the issue. “Since I have a part of the responsibility for the re-election of Iohannis president in 2019, I will engage with all my forces,” he said. “I have definitely supported President Iohannis and worked with President Iohannis. “President Iohannis has an attitude that has nothing to do with the attitude he had when I was his partner.”

Asked if he would leave the party and form another political party, Orban replied. “Depending on the developments, I will make the decisions that will be imposed in due time. That means a maximum of two or three weeks, “he explained.

Early in the afternoon, AUR co-chair George Simion announced that he had begun collecting parliamentary signatures for the ouster of President Klaus Iohannis. To start the process, AUR must collect the signatures of at least 1/3 of the deputies. Simion announced that the PNL deputies have already signed, apparently referring to the deputies who have followed Ludovic Orban.

MP Antonel Tanase has announced today that he is resigning from the PNL Parliamentary Group and will act as an impartial MP. Antonel Tănase, the SG of the government in 2020 is considered the right wing of Ludovic Orban and is the 13th PNL MP to emerge independent after Florin Cîțu was elected to the presidency with the support of Klaus Iohannis.ibna

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