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PNL celebrates 25 years since the party has been registered again after the Communism fall

PNL President Alina Gorghiu wishes a happy anniversary to the party she leads besides Vasile Blaga and makes a firm promise to her Liberal colleagues.

“25 years have passed since the Liberal seniors lived the historical moment when, after Communism was demolished, they could enter PNL again in the registry of political parties. During this quarter of a century, regardless of political difficulties that appeared in their way, Liberals never gave up their fundamental values: freedom of expression, promoting citizen rights, authentic multiple party regime, the respect and comprehension of the notions of property, justice and fairness. Therefore, the path to Romania’s democratization and efforts to adapt to the Western world is closely connected to the evolution and path of PNL and peaked in the year 2014 by the election of Romania’s first Liberal president. The celebration of 25 years since PNL was registered again encounters the party in a major turn point that marches a new stage of evolution. The completion of the greatest merger of parties of the post-Revolution times and the overtaking of the Government are daring objectives and, in order to achieve them, we need unity and a vision more than ever before. I have no doubt that we have them both and, for the years to come, we will consolidate the role of PNL in defining Romanian democracy. Happy birthday, PNL! Happy anniversary, dear Liberals!” PNL President Alina Gorghiu wrote on Facebook.

 

 

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