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October 23, 2021

Center-right platform launched political manifesto

Vasile Blaga Democratic Liberal Party (PDL), Mihai Razvan Ungureanu Centre-Right Civic Initiative (ICCD), Aurelian Pavelescu Christian-Democratic National Peasants’ Party (PNTCD), Mihail Neamtu New Republic Party (PNR) and Adrian Papahagi Christian-Democratic Foundation (FCD) yesterday signed the political manifesto named ‘Romanians, hearts up! Romania has future,” according to adevarul.ro. According to the document, the immediate purpose of this political platform is winning the parliamentary elections.“We propose to the Romanian society a political platform articulated around the center-right values. (…) We are motivated by the doctrine orientations of the European people’s right, in its plurality of Christian-Democratic, Conservative and Liberal options. At the center of the platform stands an alliance of parties. This is supported by NGOs meant to unite the center-right civic momentum existing at all the levels of the Romanian society. Our immediate purpose is winning the parliamentary elections. On a medium and long term, the mission of the united right is consolidating the rule of law, justice for all and prosperity for everybody,” reads the document. It adds that this construction “remains open” for parties, organisations and people that embrace the values of the platform.In this context, the former president of PDL, Emil Boc, now mayor of Cluj-Napoca said yesterday that a coagulation of center-right forces is necessary, same as there is a coagulation of center-left forces, Agerpres reports, quoted by romanialibera.ro. According to Emil Boc, “what USL has today is the result of the work of the previous center-right governance, with the political costs we paid.”

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