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Klaus Iohannis is Liberals' choice for presidency

The liberal head Klaus Iohannis has been elected the party′s candidate for the presidential elections to be held in November in Romania, as announced by the former leader of the National Liberal Party (PNL) Crin Antonescu

2014-08-09 00:12:21 - From the Print Edition

On this matter, Antonescu stated that the results of the vote within the party made everybody happy: "The result of the vote is already known by now. Everybody is happy - Mr. Iohannis, because he was nominated; the party, because it nominated him; myself, because I got what I asked for: the designation through a clear, fair, civilized, elegant vote; we′ll see about the rest," Antonescu declared. According to the political representative, the vote has been secret and in accordance with PNL′s statute. He added that the Iohannis presidential project was not questioned, because there was no such project. PNL′s Permanent Delegation produced 110 votes for Iohannis as presidential candidate, and 56 votes for Antonescu.
Also, the chairman of the national liberals, Klaus Iohannis stated that the vote during the Standing Delegation meeting regarding the designation of the party′s candidate in the presidential elections was "absolutely democratic". Following the announced merger of liberals and democratic liberals, Iohannis stated that there are two candidates for president, Catalin Predoiu representing the democratic liberals (PDL) and himself, designated by the national liberals (PNL). Around 4th or 5th of August, the newly formed alliance will announce their candidate for the presidential run to be held in November.



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