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March 6, 2021

ACL’s Iohannis presents “Romania of Things Well Done” programme

(National Liberal Party) chairman Klaus Iohannis, the ACL’s candidate for Romania’s presidency on Monday presented  its presidential program “Romania of Things Well Done.” Iohannis filed its presidential bid with the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) on September 20. He collected over 2,000,000 signatures saying that he is running for changing the way to make politics in Romania. and launched in the race on Saturday during an event that gathered about 50,000 supporters.’It’s now time for action. People know me, they know that I’m not so much of a talkative, but more a man of action. The reason making me running in this election is to change the way to make politics, to make from politics less of a show, while seeking more solutions to people’s and Romania’s problems (…) There is no group of interests backing me up, there are no media trusts and there are no institutions supporting me either. I only have the Christian-Liberal Alliance’s team on my side and the 2,200,000 electors who signed for me,’ stated Iohannis, at BEC. The PNL chairman revealed that his target for the first round of the election is to gather 35 per cent of the votes, following in the second round to fight, most probably, against the PSD (Social Democratic Party) candidate, incumbent PM Victor Ponta. On Saturday, in Victoria Square, at the meeting where he launched his candidacy, Iohannis said that he is a man of ‘action, not of empty words.’ He also said that he wanted a country to continue on its European and Euro-Atlantic path, one to use the money to generate economic development and well paid jobs, ‘instead of ending in the pockets of a few politicians.’ Iohannis said further that he wanted a Romania that will encourage ‘initiative’ instead of suffocating people with meaningless taxes.’ The Liberal leader also sent a message to the young people who are voting for the first time in this autumn’s election: ’You are the future, its for you that we want to build a Romania of the things to be well done (…) It’s a pity that Romania, a country that is so rich, with so many resources, with great people, has come to this,’ said Klaus Iohannis.

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