PSD President Liviu Dragnea pointed out on Sunday that the Social Democrats will continue their talks with ALDE representatives about the possible tabling of a censure motion against the Government after the June 5 local elections.
“I recently had talks with ALDE representatives about the possible tabling of a censure motion, and we will resume the talks after the June 5 elections. Honestly and realistically speaking, I have to tell you that I don’t know what our next steps will be. Because if the motion passes we will end up at President Iohannis and we don’t know what decision he will take, what nomination he will make, whom he will appoint Premier, because we saw he disregards our nominations. And we might end up with Dacian Ciolos or another technocrat again and enter a period of instability. At any rate, the decision is not taken. We are waiting to finish this elections campaign, to see the results too, after which we will sit at the table and seriously analyse what we will do next,” Liviu Dragnea stated, according to Agerpres.
The PSD leader expressed his dissatisfaction with the Government’s activity, adding that he noticed the same dissatisfaction among citizens he met during his recent trips throughout the country.
“In general, people are dissatisfied with almost the entire activity of the Government, especially in what concerns agriculture. People are very scared because it’s already June and the subsidies are yet to arrive. All farmers are wondering whether this agricultural year is a failed one, with disastrous consequences on the GDP. (…) I noticed a significant current of dissatisfaction against this Government,” Liviu Dragnea claimed.
Iohannis: A no-confidence vote now would be politicking
President Klaus Iohannis said Monday that a no-confidence vote against the Government now would be politicking.
“In my opinion, a no-confidence vote now would be politicking that would make no sense,” said Iohannis at the inauguration ceremony of the “Aripi” (Wings) monument in the Free Press Square of Bucharest City dedicated to the anti-communist resistance.