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September 19, 2020

PSD reports lower revenue than PDL and PNL, in 2010

The Democratic Liberal Party (PDL) benefited, in 2010, from RON 4,349.937-revenue out of membership fees, RON 4,465,291 out of donations and RON 310,357, from other sources, amounting to a total RON 9,125,585, compared to an approx. RON 41 M-budget in 2009. Honorius Prigoana, Cristian Preda, Theodor Stolojan and Monica Macovei are among the donors who sponsored PDL, by nearly RON 180,000, in the preceding year, Antena 3 claims, quoting Romania’s Official Monitor. Out of the four, the most “generous” donor was Honorius Prigoana, former PDL member. He donated RON 68,000 to the party. The Democrat-Liberal MEP Cristian Preda contributed by RON 52,000, while Theodor Stolojan donated RON 48,000, between January and November 2010. The former Democrat-Liberal Justice Minister, Monica Macovei, donated RON 8,100. As regards donations from legal entities, these amount to RON 704,172. The main opposition party, the Social Democratic Party (PSD), made, in 2010, RON 3,854,239, out of membership fees and other sources, some of the most generous donors including representatives of its Bucharest Sector 1 organization, Mediafax reports. The total value of contributions larger than ten gross wages, made by legal entities to PSD in 2010, amounted to RON 128,500. The National Liberal Party (PNL) benefited, in 2010, from total revenue of RON 6,500,000. The biggest contributors were Crin Halaicu and Stefan Jicol, who donated RON 115,000 each. As regards the list of legal entities which made donations to PNL, Picment Serv (Buftea) ranks first, with RON 250,000, joined by Picment Company’s contribution, of RON 100,000. On the other hand, the Conservative Party (PC) reported, for last year, total subscriptions of RON 1,072,328 and donations of RON 32,412. The party members who paid contributions higher than the equivalent of ten gross wages are Sabin Cutas – RON 11,200, Ioan Codrut Seres – RON 13,400 and Maria Grapini – RON 10,501.

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