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Dragnea: There is no risk of PSD getting destabilized

Leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Liviu Dragnea told a private broadcaster on Sunday that there is no risk of his party getting destabilised as he and the incumbent party leadership have moved the party toward openness, dialogue and a European track from which it does not want to steer away, despite pressure and some having hidden thoughts, according to Agerpres.

2017-02-20 16:17:31

"There is no risk of PSD getting destabilized," Dragnea said in reply to Iasi mayor Mihai Chirica. Dragnea added that the party voiced its opinion last week and its chapters passed important decisions, because they felt the need to take a very clear stand on such initiatives, while a final decision will be made at a convention of PSD's National Executive Committee to be held these days.

"Both I and the incumbent party leaderships have steered the party in a direction from which I do not want to steer away, and that is a direction of openness, dialogue and a European track. I do not want to steer away, despite pressure from inside and outside the party, irrespective of consequences and despite the hidden thoughts of some. PSD was not born yesterday; it is not a party lacking in fibre or not understanding immediately what some or other wants to say when coming up with such proposals, because such proposals and reactions have not occurred now only," said Dragnea.

He added that the Iasi mayor took a certain stand even when the President rejected PSD′s first pick for prime minister after the 2016 general election, and then he voiced his opinion on government emergency ordinance 13.



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