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Anastase claims PSD wants to replace her with Nastase, suspend Basescu

The Chair of Deputies Chamber, Roberta Anastase, said yesterday in an interview for Mediafax that PSD was planning with PNL support, to take over leadership of the Chamber, appointing Adrian Nastase and to have President Traian Basescu suspended from office.


Roberta Anastase added that PSD, with PNL support, tries to impose the head of state, after the adoption of the censor motion, a PM on behalf of these parties.


In addition, Roberta Anastase believes that according to PSD plan, after having been suspended from the office of Chamber Chair, the one to replace her would be Adrian Nastase. PDL MP believes that having Adrian Nastase imposed was based, among others, on the fact that today debates were scheduled on the letter of Romania’s General Prosecutor, Laura Codruta Kovesi, in relation to the dossier where former PSD PM was involved. Roberta Anastase added that although the Constitutional Court would analyze today the notification of PDL as to the lack of constitutionality of PNL – UDMR motion, the document of the Opposition will be debated and voted during tomorrow.


On the other side, she said that the three opponents of Traian Basescu – Mircea Geoana, Sorin Oprescu and Crin Antonescu – are actually candidates imposed by Ion Iliescu using the formula “3 in 1”.


Anastase added that within the latest poll opinion conducted on a sample of 17,000, by CSOP, Traian Basescu was by 13 per cent ahead of Mircea Geoana, and the scenarios for the second tour, were indicating, for all options, Traian Basescu as winner. On the other hand, Geoana yesterday in Bistrita rejected Anastase’s accusations that PSD and PNL are fighting to have her replaced.

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