PNL’s Johannis: You will never see me making personal attacks


PNL (National Liberal Party) chairman Klaus Johannis, ACL’s (the Christian Liberal Alliance of the National Liberal Party (PNL) and the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL)) presidential endorsee, on Monday stated in Slobozia that it’s high time for Romania to finally have ‘a positive election campaign’ this autumn, adding that he would never resort to such method as personal attacks.

‘I will conduct my campaign exactly as you saw me in Slobozia, by building it based on my meetings with the people, to whom I will present my project for Romania and discuss it with them. What you will never see me doing will be making personal attacks. I will only discuss about my political projects because this is what it’s all about,’ stated Johannis.

He also added that it’s high time for Romania to finally have a positive election campaign.

‘Don’t expect me to come up with such evaluations of the others persons’ involved in the election campaign moral character, the same as Romanians do not expect this from me either. I will only explain what I want for Romania, for the Romanians, and so let the people judge me,’ said Klaus Johannis.

ACL will pull all levers in its power to prevent electoral fraud

PNL chairman said he didn’t fear a possible rigging in this autumn’s presidential election, but the ACL will pull all levers to prevent electoral tourism or any other kind of election fraud from happening.

‘I am not afraid of a possible rigging in this autumn’s presidential election, but we will put all levers in our power in order to prevent electoral tourism or any other form of election fraud from happening,’ the ACL presidential hopeful told Agerpres.

He called on Romanians to show up at the polling stations.

‘Romania must know that, if they show up at the polling stations in large numbers, these election frauds won’t matter anymore, while, if, on the contrary, they show up in small numbers, they could distort the result of the election,’ said Johannis.

 

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