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June 26, 2022

Antonescu invites PSD, PDL, UDMR and the minorities for talks

PNL leader Crin Antonescu yesterday sent an open letter to Emil Boc (PDL), Marko Bela (UDMR), Victor Ponta (PSD) and Varujan Pambuccian (the group of ethnic minorities), whom he invited to start a dialogue with a first round of talks, set for Monday, November 15.“Romania’s current situation is forcing us, those who were invested by citizens with their trust, to show responsibility and make a real effort to find solutions to the crisis that brought so much pain to the country and the society,” reads the letter sent by Antonescu. According to the Liberal leader, the “political war” – which PNL did not, and does not want – was generated by the acting power’s “obsession for absolute power and the total control of public financial resources,” and it aggravates the Romanians’ crisis of confidence in the democratic institutions of the state.In retort, PSD leader Victor Ponta said his party is open for dialogue, arguing the problem is in the ruling power’s yard. In his turn, Varujan Pambuccian, leader of the minorities’ group in the Lower Chamber hailed Antonescu’s initiative, saying the Liberal leader knocked on an open door. The leader of Democrat-Liberal senators, Cristian Radulescu said that Antonescu’s invitation is an answer to President Basescu’s moratorium, but that ‘any peace offering’ must be considered with open-mindedness.

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