Popular Movement Party (PMP) leader Eugen Tomac proposed on Tuesday the creation of a pro-European coalition consisting of all parliamentary and non-parliamentary Opposition parties and the designation of a joint presidential candidate in order to avoid a ROexit, the latter allegedly being PSD-ALDE’s option.
“How can a disaster be avoided, how can Romania be saved from under Dragnea’s imprint? On December 1st, in a Centenary year, I experienced a unique feeling of joy that I shared with the thousands of Romanians who came to Alba Iulia from all over the country. People who came out of conviction, to celebrate a century since the Great Union. Almost all Romanians I met asked me the same question: when do we get rid of Dragnea? It’s clear that today’s society has reached the point in which it simply can no longer withstand a man constrained by his own problems keeping a country captive. In order to avoid the looming disaster, that of Romania being pushed outside the EU by a toxic ruling power, we need – now more than ever – the creation of joint pro-European political front,” Eugen Tomac wrote on Facebook.
He also stated that the setting up of a credible political coalition that would support Romania’s full integration in the European Union, of a “political pole that would openly fight against a ROexit,” is necessary.
“If Dragnea and Valcov are openly fighting against the European Union, our answer must be the following:
- The setting up of a pro-European coalition consisting of all parliamentary and non-parliamentary Opposition parties.
- Joint list in the European Parliament elections to win more votes than the PSD.
- Joint presidential candidate backed by the entire Opposition.
“This is the only way in which we can avoid a disaster. Only this way can we defeat the PSD, only this way can we remove Dragnea and Valcov from the Victoria Palace and, consequently, avoid a ROexit. Any other scenario would only allow Daddy to stay in power by using political blackmail, governmental resources and manipulation,” the PMP President concluded.