Ex-PM Ciolos invites Romanians to join his Platform Romania 100


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Former PM Dacian Ciolos has launched the Platform Romania 100, while inviting Romanians to join it.

In order to change Romania, an active, massive citizens’ involvement is needed, and as many people as possible are needed to bring up resources and will, people who share the same principles and who contribute together to the community’s values and welfare. Mu faith is that change is starting with each of us. It starts with the strength, the cohesion and the energy of teams. As society, I think we got over the stage of parading behind a leader who has to be unconditionally followed,” Ciolos says in a Facebook post.

The former prime minister announced that he had received “thousands of messages” in the past months where people asked him to get actively involved in the public and political life in Romania.

We do things whole-heartedly and more than that, we are working in team. Today, we make one more step: we invite you to subscribe to the Platform Romania 100-an open, dynamic citizens’ movement, a long-term project, which will get together and valorize the country’s positive energies. I invite you to join us, to join the team of the Platform Romania 100. We invite you to change Romania. Together,” says Ciolos’ message.

The platform wants a corruption free country, with a responsible political class, governed by common sense, where everybody should work and be honestly paid, without poverty, with a competitive, truly educated and healthy economy, but also “a Romania of all Romanians, that truly matters in the EU and NATO.”

Among the members of Ciolos’ team there are several former ministers and secretaries of state in his Cabinet: Dragoș Pîslaru, Dragoș Tudorache, Vlad Voiculescu, Violeta Alexandru, Cătălin Drulă, Liviu Iolu, Raluca Prună and Valeriu Nicolae.

Former PM Dacian Ciolos has officially registered „Platform Romania 100” Association on March 11. Dacian Ciolos is the chairman of the association’s managing committee, Vlad Voiculescu and Dragos Pislaru are vice-presidents and Alin Mituta is executive director, according to the data filed in court.

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