Prime Minister, Viorica Dancila, said she will not resign, under any circumstances, as long as she is supported by PSD and the governing coalition.
Dancila said she promised PSD leader, Liviu Dragnea, to put into practice the governing programme, ziare.com reports.
“Under any circumstances, I will not resign, as long as I have the support from the party chairman, from the governing coalition and as long as I have your support, Viorica Dancila said on Thursday, at the PSD pensioners’ National Council.
Dancila also claimed she is responsible and does not want to have instability.
“I am a responsible person, for 9 years I was MEP and I have responsibility to the Romanian citizens and to Romania, to have a straight track, not to have instability, because when your create instability the foreign opinions do not count in our country. I want everyone to see Romania as an example made by PSD in terms of economic growth and I want to complete my term with the mandate received at the beginning,” PM Dancila said.
The Premier argues that Romanian is on the right track.
On Monday, President Klaus Iohannis lashed out again against the ruling party, Government and PM Viorica Dancila, while demanding the latter’s resignation. In a press conference held at Cotroceni Palace, the head of state made an x-ray of the current situation of the Romanian economy, arguing the Social Democrat Party is not able to manage the situation, that it cannot explain where all the money for the pay rises come from, that tax revenues are below expectations and EU funds absorption is a total failure.
Claiming ‘a totally unsatisfying evolution of the finances’, the President asked for PM Dancila’s resignation ‘to make room for responsible and competent people’.