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June 26, 2022
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Papahagi resigns from PMP, criticizes Udrea

Adrian Papahagi has resigned from PMP, claiming that PMP President Elena Udrea is “a dangerous product of the new generation of politicians.” “I am sorry for every moment, every effort, every naivete buried in the PMP project confiscated by Elena Udrea. I consider Elena Udrea a dangerous product of the new generation of politicians; I don’t see any moral, political or media difference between her and Victor Ponta. I profoundly regret the failure of PMP’s initial project: I was honest when I traveled throughout the country and was on the sets of all televisions, telling the people that this is a different kind of party. When I stopped believing this I didn’t lie,” Papahagi wrote on his Facebook page. “I have resigned from PMP. I am no longer interested in parties, I will mind my academic life,” Papahagi later stated for Mediafax.
Teodor Baconschi resigned immediately from the party after the PMP Congress in which Elena Udrea was elected party president.
Civic Force President Mihai Razvan Ungureanu launched a series of attacks against Elena Udrea in the past week too. He pointed out on Monday evening on Gandul Live that Elena Udrea’s role in politics is “profoundly toxic,” adding that she is one of the persons that contributed to Traian Basescu’s split with the high-quality people he had worked with throughout time.

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