Monica Macovei submits paperwork for setting up M10 party to Court

MEP Monica Macovei organised a pres conference to announce that the paperwork for the registration of the M10 party had been submitted to the Court on Wednesday. The lists contained 232 signatures of the founding members, under the new party law that came into force at the end of May. Macovei also presented other lists with 25,000 support signatures collected under the old party founding law.

‘We did what we promised to do. There are over 230 founding members (…), we submitted the papers for setting up the M10 party in Court and we are now waiting for the decision. We are not here to distribute positions or contracts. People like us will have our support. We want distance voting with security features, we have an advisory council made up of people who are not members of the party, but who are specialists in the field of health, education, taxes, whom we will permanently consult. Very importantly, we have the party integrity board – one national and one at a county level. (…) We are a reformist party that changes what doesn’t work, drops what is rotten and keeps what is good’, Monica Macovei said.

‘We are regular people, like you, we want regular and decent people to be in politics to rule for the people and not for their pockets. We want politicians who should keep their hands in their own pockets and not in yours. We want everybody to have a decent livelihood, no more dirty cities, no more poverty, no more corruption, lies, poor health services for people and people who die on their feet – all these normal things that, unfortunately, our transition, obsolete, expired and corrupt politicians have not done for Romanians. We are doing these! This is why I say again – We are the salvation, come with us!’ Monica Macovei said after submitting the papers for setting up her M10 party in Court.


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