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March 28, 2023

Vanghelie ready to stand for PSD Bucharest president, again

Marian Vanghelie, the mayor of Bucharest’s district 5, Saturday said he would run for president of the Bucharest office of the Social-Democrat Party (PSD), if such election were held. “I will stand, without a question, for the position of president of PSD Bucharest, at any time, obviously, if elections are the case,” he said. While he acknowledged having felt a bit “offended” when the decision was reached for a branch coordinating Bureau being set up, he nonetheless said he put it all behind him. On June 28, PSD President Victor Ponta announced that “during the pre-electoral period,” PSD Bucharest will be headed by a coordinating Bureau whose membership included Marian Vanghelie, the branch’s former president. Ponta, who made the announcement after the session of the PSD National Executive Committee, insisted it is a “strictly organisational” decision.

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