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April 18, 2021

Barna: It seems legitimate to me president’s concern about perspective of another 4 years with PSD

Dan Barna, co-chairman of Save Romania Union – Party of Liberty, Unity and Solidarity Alliance (USR PLUS Alliance), said on Friday, referring to the meeting between President Klaus Iohannis and deputy Nicusor Dan, a candidate for the Capital City Hall, that he deems as perfectly legitimate the head of state’s concern about the perspective of a Social Democratic party (PSD) administration in the Capital.

“The president of a country has responsibility for the functioning of the country at all levels. We must also not forget that President Iohannis is a former mayor of Sibiu, with several mandates, a man who understands very well the importance of credible projects for one city or the other. And when we are talking about Bucharest, the capital of Romania, it seems perfectly legitimate to me the president’s concern about the prospect of having another four years with PSD, of having another four years in which to be served ballroom dances instead of competent administration,” Dan Barna told a press conference.

“I consider that this meeting was perfectly logical and necessary for this important stake that every Romanian and every Bucharester has. The idea that Bucharest could remain under Gabriela Firea and under PSD is an idea that must be fought with all energy and everyone must go to the polls, to vote for Nicusor Dan. That’s the real stake,” said Dan Barna, accordin gto Agerpres.

The candidate supported by The National Liberal party (PNL) and USR PLUS at the Capital City Hall, Nicusor Dan, and the Prime Minister Ludovic Orban had, on Thursday, a meeting at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace with President Klaus Iohannis.

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