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Becali and C.V. Tudor sign pact for ‘exemplary’ collaboration in EP elections

PRM President Corneliu Vadim Tudor and PNGCD ‘mentor’ George Becali have signed yesterday an electoral pact through which the two parties vow ‘to exemplarily collaborate’ in the European Parliament elections scheduled on June 7.

George Becali has signed the pact as PNGCD’s mentor because he is currently PRM’s member and candidate for the EP elections, Mediafax informs. The pact has also been signed by Virgil Becali (cousin of George Becali) who is the Vice President of PNGCD.

According to the electoral pact, PNGCD will back PRM in the elections for the European Parliament, providing all conditions and logistical support in order for it to win the highest number of seats in the European Parliament.

At the same time, through this agreement the PRM and PNGCD leaderships will order their central and territorial branches to cooperate in order to properly prepare the elections and mobilize their constituencies, while at the same time assuring their representation within the voting centers.

‘Likewise, in order to avoid vote fraud, we will assure the parallel counting of votes. The two parties’ representatives within the voting centers will see to it that the electoral process takes place in a proper fashion and will work together in order to prevent or at least drastically limit the possible irregularities,’ the document signed by Vadim Tudor and Becali reads.

The joint constituency of PRM and PNGCD ‘has the moral duty toward this country’s present and future, toward Romania’s statute as an EU member, to vote the PRM candidates.’

The document also points out that the Electoral Pact represents ‘the preamble of a wider and long lasting future cooperation’ between the two parties.

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