Former president Traian Basescu in Alba Iulia on Sunday said that he would most likely join the People’s Movement Party (PMP) in autumn.
Basescu participated in the PMP’s Centre Regional Conference and made the announcement at the end of his speech he delivered at this meeting, raising the participants’ applause.
“I would like to end by guaranteeing that, after I have participated in the regional conference in Timisoara, Galati, Iasi, Pitesti and here in Alba, starting this autumn I shall most likely not only be your partner, but I shall join your party,” Traian Basescu said.
PMP’s Tomac: Romania has an absent president, who doesn’t communicate
Chairman of the People Movement’s Party (PMP) Eugen Tomac in Alba Iulia on Sunday, in a press conference that followed the party’s National College meeting, said that Romania currently has an “absent” president, who doesn’t communicate, and an extended crisis on the grounds of having a prime minister who is being prosecuted.
Eugen Tomac said that the political stage witnesses an attempt to divide the country in two, “between the communist left wing and a non-reformed National Liberal Party, with big flaws and with a legacy from the Social Liberal Union, which we find including in the actions they promote, which is extremely serious.”
The PMP leaders participated in Alba Iulia on Sunday in the National College meeting, with the PMP’s Centre Regional Conference also scheduled on Sunday, with about 600 delegates from Alba, Brasov, Covasna, Harghita, Mures and Sibiu Counties and with former president Traian Basescu attending the meeting.