The National Liberal Party (PNL) submitted on Wednesday to the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) the lists of signatures, as well as the list of candidates in the elections to the European Parliament in May.
PNL Chairman Ludovic Orban said on this occasion that the PNL “surpassed” the Social Democratic Party (PSD) in collecting signatures.
“I call on the Romanians through the vote that they will express to release Romania from the tentacles of the octopus lead by criminals, thieves and clueless people who mocked Romania in the last two and a half years. The PNL is a party dedicated to representing the Romanians’ interests at European level. The more PNL will be stronger and better represented at the level of the European Parliament, the stronger and better represented Romania will be, and Romania’s capacity to influence decisions at European level will increase,” Orban stated.
“The National Liberal Party submitted today the list of candidates for the EP elections to be held on May 26. We thank to the almost 1,400,000 citizens who gave their trust and signed to support the list of candidates of the National Liberal Party. The National Liberal Party is today the party that benefits from the highest trust, and we proved this by the number of signatures submitted to support the list, ranking the National Liberal Party the first in terms of the support for the list of candidates. We surpassed PSD in gathering signatures and we will also surpass PSD in the EP elections”, the PNL Chairman said.
Orban added that the vote for PNL in the EP elections has the value of a vote for a real non-confidence motion against the current government.
“I call all the Romanians to vote and express their political option and use this opportunity to vote for the National Liberal Party, because the vote for the National Liberal Party has the value of a vote for a real non-confidence motion against the current government. I call on the Romanians to release Romania, through the vote that they will express, from the tentacles of the octopus led by criminals, thieves and clueless people who mocked Romania in the last two and a half years”, Ludovic Orban stated.