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Crin Antonescu expects to vie with Victor Ponta in presidential election

The leader of the National Liberal Party (PNL), Crin Antonescu, expects the social democrat and PM Victor Ponta to be his main rival in the presidential elections to be held in November

2014-04-05 16:33:56 - From the Print Edition

Antonescu added that Ponta would be his preferred choice as opponent in the electoral race. He estimated Ponta's chances of being his opponent in the second round of the contest at between 48 and 52 percent.
A recent survey by social and marketing research services firm INSCOP found that Romanians most trust Mugur Isarescu, the Governor of Romanian National Bank (BNR), first vice-president of the National Liberal Party Klaus Johannis, Prime Minister Victor Ponta, Bucharest mayor Sorin Oprescu and Calin Popescu Tariceanu, the recently elected chief of the Romanian Senate. Isarescu scores highest for public trust, on 42.9 percent, according to the INSCOP survey. The poll also includes public figures such as Mircea Geoana and Mihai-Razvan Ungureanu, both of whom scored 24.8 percent this month.

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