In an interview granted yesterday to blogary.ro, Labour Minister Sebastian Lazaroiu voiced his interest in joining a centre-right movement, which would “mobilize the society’s rightwing forces,” and argued such a movement could coalesce after the 2012 elections. “I think we should keep a close watch on what will happen next year, as it’s still a long way to go until the elections and I would be open to joining a wider, centre-right movement. A centre-right movement that will mobilize the society’s rightwing forces,” the ex-presidential aide stated, quoted by Realitatea.net. On the other hand, Lazaroiu argued that, although he is not a party member, he is “the most political minister in the Boc Cabinet.” “To be political means, to have strong convictions and to act guided by these convictions. I have strong convictions. This must be why I elicit reactions which are equally strong, as my convictions are centre-right-oriented,” the minister added. As regards the project of launching “Snow White” (e.n. an ecological party ironically referred by this name, which is supposedly to be launched in October), a project conceived nearly one year ago, Lazaroiu argued this was “inevitable”, particularly in the current European and global context.