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PSD’s Plumb says current ruling coalition will continue governing

Chairperson of the National Council of the Social Democrat Party (PSD), Labour Minister Rovana Plumb, has stated, on Sunday, in Comisani, Dambovita county, when asked by journalists of the current collaboration with the National Union for Romania’s Progress (UNPR), that the current majority coalition will continue governing.

“The majority we have in Parliament, the governing coalition will continue governing. The foremost priority of the PSD is to continue governing, the good things we did until now, the social-economic measures we took, the reparations and economic growth will continue and we will distribute the welfare of economic growth to citizens,” Rovana Plumb stated.

She emphasized that the PSD is united, stable and solidary party, with a priority to continue governing. “PSD is a united party, a stable party, a solidary party, that counts on its 1500 mayors, local councilors, country councilors, chairmen of county councils, MPs, our party members and sympathizers and which will fulfill its mandate,” said Rovana Plumb.

She also answered some questions from journalists regarding the return of Prime Minister Victor Ponta. “Mr. Prime Minister Victor Ponta (…) will return to the country when his health state allows it. This matter is decided by the team of doctors checking the health of Mr. Victor Ponta,” said Rovana Plumb.

Present in Comisani at the inauguration of a mayoral hall in the locality, Rovana Plumb, who is also an MP representing Dambovita county, held a short speech in which she emphasized that PSD will continue to govern. “Nobody in this country wanting to create power plays by creating instability, will under no circumstance do something for or against the PSD. PSD remains a united party and a party that will continue governing”, the chairperson of the National Council of the Social Democrat Party stated, according to Agerpres.


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