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ALDE, Pro Romania decide to enter political alliance. Ponta on Pro Romania-ALDE political project:  We didn’t make decisions, but we discussed, progressed

National leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE),  Calin Popescu-Tariceanu said on Wednesday that ALDE and Pro Romania party, led by former Prime Minister Victor Ponta, have decided to collaborate as a political alliance, with the two parties to set up joint parliamentary groups.

“Fruitful discussions this morning with Pro Romania leader Victor Ponta: we have decided on a future collaboration in the form of a political alliance! ALDE and Pro Romania will have joint parliamentary groups and, thus, we will be the third largest parliamentary political force, after PSD and PNL. In the period immediately ahead, the working groups of the two parties will meet to establish the alliance’s political project and a collaboration protocol,” Tariceanu wrote in a Facebook post on Wednesday.

 

ALDE’s Tariceanu insists he discussed future collaboration with Pro Romania

 

Calin Popescu-Tariceanu on Wednesday insisted on his announcement regarding a future collaboration with opposition Pro Romania party, saying that discussions took place between the two political groups but no decision was made.

In the announcement originally made on Facebook he replaced the word “decided” with “discussed.”

“Fruitful discussions this morning with Pro Romania leader Victor Ponta: we have discussed a future collaboration in the form of a political alliance! ALDE and Pro Romania will have joint parliamentary groups and, thus, we will be the third largest parliamentary political force, after PSD and PNL. In the period immediately ahead, the working groups of the two parties will meet to establish the alliance’s political project and a collaboration protocol,” reads Tariceanu’s edited Facebook post.

 

Ponta on Pro Romania-ALDE political project:  We didn’t make decisions, but we discussed, progressed

 

Chairman of the Pro Romania Party Victor Ponta mentioned on Wednesday that, following the discussions with the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE), “a lot of progress” has been made in the direction of participating in a joint project between the two political formations, but a decision in this regard has not been made yet.

“On 22 July I said that ‘if ALDE leaves the governance, we are willing to discuss a common political project!.’ Today, we made great progress in this regard! We did not make decisions – but we discussed and made progress! When more people sit at the table with good intentions – there is a greater chance of success. There is a need for a huge change in the way the country is governed / a total ‘reset’ of the public administration and the economic direction. We need to find solutions and people capable of applying them. We are Pro Romania and we support Romania!,” Ponta wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.

ALDE Chairman Calin Popescu-Tariceanu announced on Wednesday that ALDE and Pro Romania party, led by Victor Ponta, have decided to collaborate as a political alliance, with the two parties to set up joint parliamentary groups.

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