Nastase: PSD will continue collaboration with PNL

The Social-Democrats will continue their collaboration with the Liberals in the opposition, the president of the Social-Democrat Party (PSD)’s National Council (CN), Adrian Nastase, stated, yesterday, in an interview to Agerpres. He argued they have the basis for setting up a crisis Government, as both parties have in store a package of measures to address this possibility. “PSD will continue its collaboration with the National Liberal Party (PNL) in the opposition. In fact, we’ve taken all the right steps. We’ve accepted all reasonable claims put forth by the Liberals, we’ve filed joint no-confidence motions, without giving them an ideological colouring. We’ve accepted to form a crisis Government. We’ve accepted to draft and we’ve drafted a programme for such a Government,” the head of the CN of PSD stated.

On the other hand, Adrian Nastase argues no changes have occurred in the party since the PSD Congress, denying the existence of two poles of power, one revolving around him, the other around the president Victor Ponta. “The party is heading in the right direction. I, for one, support this direction and I fully support Victor Ponta. (…) PSD is more closely-knit and more stable than it ever was. (…) Victor Ponta has managed to cultivate the values of respect and team-work across the generations,” the Social-Democrat leader added.

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