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PM Citu announces his candidacy for PNL presidency: I can tell you that I will win. There is no other option

Prime Minister Florin Citu, a current deputy chairman of the National Liberal Party (PNL), on Sunday announced his candidacy for the party’s national presidency, adding that the party needs a “new lease of life.”

“I have decided to enter the competition for the presidency of the National Liberal Party. Thank you for being with me today, when I make this important announcement for the party, for Romania and for me. I have decided to join the competition for the presidency of the National Liberal Party. I also want to thank the strong political leaders of PNL who have believed in me since the very beginning, when I joined the party, and who still support me today and are part of my team,” Citu told a news conference on Sunday.

Citu says that PNL needs a leadership that would come up with new ideas, saying he will make sure the party will be in power for at least eight years.

” Dear liberal colleagues, my message to you is clear and simple: I will make sure that PNL will be in power for at least eight years. We will transform Romania into a liberal country that all Romanians will enjoy,” Citu told a news conference on Sunday where he announced his candidacy for the PNL presidency.

He announced that he will soon present his motion and the team with which he set out on this path, some members of which was in attendance at the news conference.

“I can tell you that I will win. There is no other option and I invite you, liberal colleagues, to be part of the winning team. Together we will win all four rounds of elections in 2024; together we will make Romania liberal! Go the National Liberal Party!” said Citu, according to Agerpres.

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