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May 2, Youth Day in Romania

Romania has been celebrating National Youth Day on May 2 since the enactment in October 2004 of the relevant Law No. 425 of Oct. 25, 2004.

Social, cultural, artistic and sports events are organised on the occasion, targeted particularly at the young generation, and central and local public administration authorities with youth-related responsibilities provide material, financial and organizational support for the celebrations.

 

PM Ponta: Your success translates into respect for Romania

 

In a message on the occasion of the National Youth Day, Premier Victor Ponta says that young people represent the future of Romania and their success translates into respect for the country.

“It is my strong belief that youth represent the future of Romania and all our efforts and hopes for the better must be devoted to them. On National Youth Day my wish to you is ‘May you live a long life!’ and good luck in all projects! Your success translates into respect for Romania, and it is only this way that we can win a place of honor in the world. Have a nice week

Romania has been celebrating National Youth Day on May 2 since the enactment in October 2004 of the relevant Law No. 425 of Oct. 25, 2004.

Social, cultural, artistic and sports events are organised on the occasion, targeted particularly at the young generation, and central and local public administration authorities with youth-related responsibilities provide material, financial and organizational support for the celebrations.

 

Liberal leader Gorghiu: It’s thanks to youth that Romania walks today the path of normalcy

 

In a message addressed on the occasion of the National Youth Day, Co-Chair of the National Liberal Party Alina Gorghiu says that the young people had a decisive influence on the outcome of the November 2014 presidential election, and that thanks to them, Romania is now walking the path of “respect for the law, of normalcy.”

“Today is National Youth Day. It’s the young people who have decisively influenced the outcome of the November 2014 presidential election. It’s thanks to them that Romania walks today the path of respect for the law, of normalcy. Arrogance, abuse and lies have lost because the young did not feel the same like the Social Democratic Party and the candidate of this party with lethal effects on democracy. You have done your duty, now it’s our turn. Respect!” Gorghiu wrote in a Facebook post on Saturday.

 

 

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