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February 24, 2021
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ACL resolution to support Iohannis in presidential election and against politician migration

The ACL League of Local Officials meeting in Brasov adopted on Saturday a resolution for the support of PNL President Klaus Iohannis in the presidential election as well as against the measures stipulated by OUG 55/2014 permitting the political migration of locally elected officials. ‘We will do everything in our power, within the boundaries of democratic competition, to support him in the upcoming election campaign and Klaus Iohannis will be the next President of Romania. We strongly believe in Klaus Iohannis’ projects and vision for Romania and we will actively contribute to implementing the measures he proposes and, eventually, to changing Romania for the better’, the resolution states. Iohannis old the local officials that the ‘new PNL’ would win the presidential election this year with him as candidate, the 2016 parliamentary election, as well as the 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections. He further told them that, after winning the election, the Ponta Government should be removed from office, in order for Catalin Predoiu, First Vice President of PDL, to be proposed as prime-minister.
In Brasov, on Saturday, PDL President Vasile Blaga called upon PDL and PNL local officials to mobilise themselves in order to bring over 50,000 people to Bucharest for the rally where Klaus Iohannis will be officially introduced as presidential candidate. ‘Let’s be 50,000 on the 27rg (September – our note) in Bucharest, when we officially launch Klaus Iohannis into the presidential race, in Victoriei Square’, Blaga said. He noted that the following national rallies would be in Craiova, on October 4, in Constanta, on October 11, in Iasi, on October 18, in Cluj, on October 25 and, on October 26, in Timisoara, ‘where the Romanian Revolution began’. Blaga also pointed out that it was a proven fact that PSD needs servants in the government because it cannot govern, and anticipated that, after the merger, PNL ‘would live for at least another 140 years’.

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