In an interview granted to ‘Adevarul’ daily, ex-PM and current Civic Force leader Mihai Razvan Ungureanu says he is waiting for all PNL members dissatisfied with the current party leadership to com and sit around the table of dialogue. ‘I don’t believe ARD, whose strategic purpose is to survive December 9, will ever have a problem (…) to open the dialogue with a PNL that should not be steered by the current leading team’, Ungureanu says. ‘It is completely abnormal that PNL should be engaged in a political brotherhood with PSD and PC. It is an ideological impropriety, on the one hand, and an offence to the very nature of PNL, nonetheless a historic party made up of a majority of people of common sense, of very valuable professionals. I personally know heads of organisation who are deeply dissatisfied with what is going on’, the Civic Force leader further states. Ungureanu claims to still have a dialogue with former PNL colleagues who ‘are deeply unhappy with the state of the party’. ‘They realise that, between two large wheels, PSD and ARD, with PDL occupying the maximum volume in the latter organisation, PNL will either end up being ground or will have to change sides. This is what we actually expect to happen every day, until December 9’, the former premier says.Enquired about the presence in his party of former PSD, PDL and other multi-party migrants in his party, Ungureanu says ‘when you set up a party you need at least two categories of constructors: those with political experience and those without political experience’. On the other hand, he admits to totally agreeing with a law that would ban political migration in Parliament. Regarding the contracts his adviser and current ‘friend’ Corina Vintan has with four controversial clients – Oltchim, Cathedral Plaza, Palas in Iasi and Rosia Montana, Ungureanu claims she has never tried to influence him in any way regarding such clients. ‘I do not have an opinion on those projects, I can only tell you my opinion on jobs in general. But I do not have an opinion on projects s such’, Mihai Razvan Ungureanu said.