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December 6, 2021

PSD’s Dragnea claims Vanghelie will pay in court for all lies against him and Ponta

Social Democratic Party (PSD) executive chair Liviu Dragnea on Sunday evening told a televised show broadcast by Antena 3 private television channel that former party colleague Marian Vanghelie , expelled in November together with Mircea Geoana and Dan Sova, is going to pay in court for all his ‘false claims’ about him and the PSD chairman, Victor Ponta.

However, Dragnea said he didn’t refer Vanghelie to court yet.

‘I’m waiting for him to spell out everything first, everything that troubles him, since he has already made such serious false allegations. This kind of lies that are told by people who think they are politicians should stop. If we are to talk about the reform of the political class and of the political attitude of those involved in politics, we need to set some barriers of morality,’ explained Dragnea.

He also added that there is no turmoil in the party, only that ‘people seem tormented when they are on television.’

‘There is no such risk, since we already discussed the matter of splitting the party – but why split it? A political party won’t split when in the government. This doesn’t make sense. This couple Geoana -Vanghelie is not at all appealing to the other party members, considering that they have no viable proposal to make. Practically nothing. They were expelled because everyone knew they were traitors and nobody from the Steering Committee wanted them to stay. They didn’t do anything during the election campaign to help our candidate Mr. Ponta, they often had meetings with the other camp, in fact, with Iohannis’s camp. All they wanted was Victor Ponta to lose the elections, so that they could took over the leadership of the party,’ underscored Dragnea.


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