President Klaus Iohannis on Friday urged people to come to vote while showing that vote is the strongest instrument at the citizen’s hand.
“In just two days you are expected to come to the polling stations to decide the direction our country will be heading to in the next four years. In a real democracy vote is the strongest instrument at the citizen’s hand. On December 6 you have this huge power that you need to use wisely because the stake is of overwhelming importance. Choose with responsibility, while thinking about the present and the manner in which Romania will look like tomorrow. (…) I urge you to vote in large numbers and make your voice heard,” the head of state told a press conference at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace.
“I will personally lead effort to coagulate all democratic and reformist forces”
President Klaus Iohannis said on Friday that after the parliamentary elections he would “personally” lead the effort to “coagulate all democratic and reformist forces.”
“Four years without elections come next, so we have a historic chance for a stable government that will implement those reform measures that have always been postponed but are essential for development. For this to be possible, the December 6 vote must lead to the establishment of a solid majority, able and willing to work for the benefit of Romanians,” the head of state said at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace.
He added that December 6 is the day when Romania can “permanently separate from those who kept it underdeveloped.”
“I will personally lead this effort to coagulate all the democratic and reformist forces that are committed to Romania’s progress. At the same time, December 6 is the day when Romania can finally part with those who have kept it underdeveloped and tried to derail it from its European and democratic path,” Iohannis said.
According to the head of state, “in order to enter a new stage of prosperity and development,” Romania needs the involvement of each of its citizens.
“Dear Romanians, on December 6 I am expecting all of you vote!,” he transmitted, according to Agerpres.