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October 22, 2021
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Hasotti: I don’t see collaboration with PDL possible for at least 4-5 years

PNL Vice President Puiu Hasotti stated on Thursday on RFI that he does not see an agreement between PNL and PDL possible for at least four to five years, pointing out sarcastically that the Liberals would like to collaborate with PDL but without Basescu, Blaga, Boc, Videanu or Udrea.
Puiu Hasotti’s statements come as a reaction to various statements made by some PDL leaders, including Elena Udrea and Emil Boc, RFI notes, pointing out that the former prime minister for instance said that without Crin Antonescu PNL can be “included in a right-wing formula.”
“These statements amuse me. I do not see an agreement between PNL and PDL, plus the splinters that came off PDL, possible for at least four to five years from now on. After exchanging the most terrible accusations for seven or eight years I don’t believe collaboration can take place,” Hasotti said.
The Liberal leader also stated that the USL-PDL talks on economic issues are useless, being a political demarche “with absolutely no value,” just like the cohabitation pact, arguing that PDL “lacks credibility.” “I am expressing a personal point of view. (…) I believe the meeting with the Democrat Liberal Party is absolutely pointless,” Hasotti added. Hasotti’s statement comes after both PM Ponta and the leaders of PDL expressed their intention to hold talks on economic issues.
In reply, PDL Vice President Cezar Preda stated that Hasotti’s statement is “holiday rhetoric” and the Liberal “is not able” to say “when an alliance is necessary” between these parties. Preda added that a political construct is done “without resentments, without the past and without naming names.”

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