Saturday , November 28 2020

The PNL Senator leader resigned



Liberal leader Ludovic Orban said that differences of opinion from time to time did not mean there was a conflict. "Iulian Dumitrescu's decision to withdraw from the leadership of the parliamentary senate group was a decision that belonged to him after the discussion he had with me and the idea of ​​withdrawing his government from the leadership of the parliamentary group did not mean Mr. Dumitrescu's self-release, but this meant a more serious consecration towards the implementation of the very important attribution he had in the party, namely the position of PNL's first vice president of relations with business and civil society, and the presidential position of one of the most powerful party organizations – PNL Prahova Branch – was decided jointly by Mr. Dumitrescu to allocate more and more energy to strengthen relations with business and civil society, "said Orban.

Regarding the existence of a relationship that contradicts Dumitrescu, Orban states that there are differences of opinion from time to time, depending on certain situations, from certain positions, does not mean there is a conflict. "We can have different opinions and work very well, because I think as the PNL chairman that I have the willingness to work with anyone who works for PNL," said Orban.

He believes that his proposal for leadership, which he discussed with dDumitrescu, is Florin Cîţu. "I remember that I had an institutional vision when I proposed the nomination of Mr. Iulian Dumitrescu, who was the first vice president of the party to ensure excellent relations between the Executive Bureau and Parliamentary Senate Group, as well and in the case of the Chamber of Deputies, Mr. Florin Cîtu was the PNL vice president and of course will take the same mission to ensure excellent relations between the Executive Bureau and the Senate Members of Parliament, "he said. PNL leader.


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