The founding president of the Conservative Party (PC) Dan Voiculescu, said in a press release quoted by Agerpres that the opposition’s priority is that of setting up an official political alliance that should be registered in court by January 31 next year. “The opposition must become a serious and responsible alternative to the current rule. I have had it with no-confidence votes nobody believes in. (…) Unless it wants to compromise itself for good, the opposition must unite and come up with a coherent and credible political project,” Voiculescu said. He added that a Social Liberal Alliance should be set up to gather PC, along with Liberals and Social Democrats but underlined that if PSD is not interested in the project, “I believe in the PNL-PC solution as well.” Voiculescu has pleaded in favour of creating such an alliance before, but the other opposition parties don’t seem too keen on making their collaboration official. Commenting on the Conservative leader’s proposal after a meeting between all opposition parties, Liberal leader Crin Antonescu said what is essential is that the opposition can become a majority next year.