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December 6, 2022

PSD to continue to collaborate with UNPR and ALDE

PSD and UNPR representatives had an informal meeting in a Bucharest restaurant on Tuesday, their talks focusing on the collaboration between the two parties and on their relationship with ALDE.
“Group leaders have decided a meeting should take place in order to discuss the collaboration in Parliament in the new political context. I believe today’s discussion was a good discussion; we have no reason not to continue to collaborate in Parliament in the same formula. I also had talks with Mr. Tariceanu the other days. As was natural, I asked him whether he believes we should continue to collaborate and he told me he does not have any kind of hesitation, so this means we will collaborate like before in Parliament,” Liviu Dragnea pointed out.
The meeting was organized after ALDE President Calin Popescu Tariceanu stated that the current PSD-UNPR-ALDE Coalition no longer works.
PSD President Liviu Dragnea added he met former Premier Victor Ponta, a meeting “between old friends.”
“I had a meeting with Mr. Ponta on Sunday, a two-hour meeting between old friends. Of course he will continue to be a PSD member,” Liviu Dragnea said at the end of his informal meeting with UNPR’s representatives. The PSD President made the statement after he was asked whether he has talked to Victor Ponta lately and whether the former Premier will create his own party or will remain a PSD member.

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