On Wednesday, Mihai Stanisoara announced that he had quit his position as Deputy and as member of PLR, saying that, after “long deliberation and self-analysis, he decided that, at least for a while, his path in life would not include politics.
Mihai Stanisoara explained in a press release issued on Wednesday that he had adopted the decision to resign “both as a member of the Parliament, a member of the Chamber of Deputies and as a member of the Reforming Liberal Party (PLR).
“After long deliberation and self-analysis I decided that the path I intend to follow in life, at least for a while, will not include politics, be it party politics or politics inside the Parliament. I am convinced that my experience and my professionalism may be used from now on in the service of important projects, aiming Romania’s social and economical development, in internal and international context”, Stanisoara mentioned.
He thanked all the people who have voted for him and trusted him.
“I want to thank the people who have voted for me and who have granted me my terms as member of the Romanian Parliament. I assure them of my respect and my gratitude. The political activity I have done was always focused on solving the issues of the community I have represented. I thank the people whom I had the honour and the privilege to work with in 15 years of public, administrative and popular service, both at national level and at local level. My best wishes also go to the representatives of mass-media, whom I wish, with great respect, good luck and inspiration”, Stanisoara pointed out.
Mihai Stanisoara has had two mandates as Deputy during 2000 and 2008 and, during 2008 – 2012, he was a Senator. Starting in 2012, he was elected Deputy again in a college in Mehedinti County.
Stanisoara had been the member of PDL and even Vice-President of the party and leader of the group of Democrat-Liberal Deputies unril March 2013, when he joined PNL, explaining that this party “was the only one to support and implement right winged policies in Romania”.
In June 2014, he announced he would follow Calin Popescu Tariceanu in the Group of Initiative for Preserving Liberal Identity, which became PLR afterwards, Mediafax reported.