Post a Comment Print Share on Facebook


Locust-elected as Romanian President again

Klaus Johannis remains the President of Romania. After counting of 94.4 percent of the votes of the election, 62.8 percent were attributable to him, as the electoral authority in Bucharest announced on Sunday evening. He was considerably ahead of his counter-candidate, Viorica Dancila, the social democratic party PSD, which came to 37.1 percent.

Thus, the tendency of the predictions was confirmed. Of the civil government party, the PNL supported Johannis is considered to be bourgeois and pro-European. The Transylvanian Saxon iohannis from the German-speaking minority in the country, welcomed the result. "Today, the modern Romania, the European Romania, the obtained normal, Romania has," he said. "It is the clearest victory against the PSD." The candidate Dancila not want to speak first of all about your performance.

The turnout was, according to the Central election office in Bucharest at 49.87 percent, and was at the lowest level since the end of communism 30 years ago. However, almost a Million went for the first time, living abroad and Romanians to the polls. The government had facilitated the matching conditions at the consulates.

views of harmonious government

Romania has for the first time in a long time prospect of a harmonious government. In his first term in office, the 60-year-old John was in permanent conflict with the changing social-democratic governments. The last government under Dancila was through a vote of no confidence toppled and had to be on 4. November assign. The core of the conflict is the desire of Dancilas party PSD, the to weaken the criminal law in favor of corruption, a suspect politician. The criticized currants, as well as the EU-Commission.

Together with the new civil government of the PNL Chairman Ludovic Orban, John wants to consolidate the independence of the judiciary and to the hitherto neglected areas of care: more investors to attract EU funds to better retrieve, the infrastructure is improving and the plight of public services, eliminate.

John had come in the first ballot two weeks ago, with the 37,82% of the votes to square one, but missed the absolute majority. Therefore, he had to face a runoff against the with of 22.26 percent of the second-placed social Democrat, Dancila. Dancila was gone on the subject of justice on a collision course with the EU. (nag/sda)

Created: 24.11.2019, 22:16 PM

Your Name
Post a Comment
Characters Left:
Your comment has been forwarded to the administrator for approval.×
Warning! Will constitute a criminal offense, illegal, threatening, offensive, insulting and swearing, derogatory, defamatory, vulgar, pornographic, indecent, personality rights, damaging or similar nature in the nature of all kinds of financial content, legal, criminal and administrative responsibility for the content of the sender member / members are belong.